Cataract Oars Oar Stop

Cataract Oars Oar Stop
Cataract Oars Oar Stop
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Oar Stop by Cataract Oars
Slip the Cataract Oar Stop over the shaft of your Cataract Mini-Magnum paddle and keep your rafting or drift boat oar from sliding through the oarlock. Use a little soap and water or some hairspray to lubricate the shaft, slip the Oar Stop into place, and hit the water.

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SKU: CTR000N
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