NRS Frame 6in Oar Mount

NRS Frame 6in Oar Mount
NRS Frame 6in Oar Mount
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Frame 6in Oar Mount by NRS
The best part of customizing your raft is how you get to make it according to your own specifications. Most rafts come with oar mounts suitable for the average paddler's height, which may feel too far or too near. Fix the NRS Frame 6in Oar Mount on your raft where it fits you best. The most popular size from NRS, this mount features a hot-forged aluminum construction in a crystalline structure that equates to stronger durability and a lighter weight. The tough bushing ensures friction-free rotation, and the molded ridges give a greater grip.

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