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  • Restoring fiberglass oars.

    I am starting to research how to restore my fiberglass oars for my DB boat. The fiberglass is starting to leave splinters which is not fun. I did do a search on the forum could not find any info if someone has a link to other post would be willing to read.
    1. Is this a sign to replace them?
    2. Wrap them in hockey tape?
    3. Sand them and paint with urethane?
    Looking for any advice. Thank you for reading.

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    I have a set of Sawyers for a 100 if your interested? Click image for larger version

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    • #3
      That's a pretty good deal Dana.

      Hookset, if you're going to refinish yours this might help.

      ​​​​​​https://cataractoars.com/customer-su...cataract-oars/

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      • #4
        Thank you for that link Hooked UP. That is one that I have read and looks like the way I may go.

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        • #5
          EOBoy, I might be interested in those Sawyers if Hookset isn't.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by radiation View Post
            EOBoy, I might be interested in those Sawyers if Hookset isn't.
            Let me know I may be gone tomorrow depends on the rivers and how they look later today. I don't think they're going anywhere.
            DON'T BELIEVE EVERY THING YOU THINK!

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            • #7
              radiation I will be home all weekend if your interested in the oars.
              DON'T BELIEVE EVERY THING YOU THINK!

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              • #8
                Iíve got a pair of Alumaweld 9 footers stored in the top of my shop Iíd let go for One Fifty. Old school but fair sticks. PM me if youíre interested. I tried a few times to attach a picture but itís not happening for me this time. I can text pics if anybodyís interested.

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                • #9
                  Here they are....

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                  • #10
                    Those are sweet sticks! I dig vintage gear man!

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