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Old 05-10-2011   #11
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Originally Posted by BmfnL View Post
If you are modifying a frame for narrowness, don't feel you have to stop at 34" like ol' claptoncrotch suggests. You will need a set of shorter oars, but you can go very narrow indeed.
This guy has the skinniest cat I have seen out there

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