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Old 07-07-2015   #11
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I have a Havasu and my fill valves are not that high up on the tubes and my d-rings are not laid out at all like that.

But the shape does look like a Havasu.


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Old 07-07-2015   #12
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Originally Posted by DanCan View Post
I have a Havasu and my fill valves are not that high up on the tubes and my d-rings are not laid out at all like that.
Neither were the ones on the boat I used. It was hard to pump with double beaver boards full of stuff, but it was definite a Campways Havasu. Partly why I did a patch party on layover day. Then it was awesome.

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Old 07-07-2015   #13
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Another Havasu vote

The thwart lace setup and shape are certainly Campways. So yeah, a hypalon Havasu.

I have a picture of a Havasu taken in the '70s and the valves and D-rings are placed differently. I also pulled out photos of my first boat, a Shoshone from maybe the late 70s or 1980, and that has the valves and D-rings in different spots.

My boat was disintegrating and almost unusable by 1991 when I replaced it. Even though this one holds air, worth only a few hundred, mainly for the oars, frame, VW and dog.
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tmyers nailed it. Campways Havasu. Great boat.

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