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Old 07-27-2016   #1
 
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Spring/washer setup on Cobra

Did a search on oar locks and see mention of spring/washers on oar locks but no photos (did see a few with threaded shafts and nuts). Could some post a photo of the spring set up? Wouldn't mind seeing how others setup their oars and oar locks in general.
What accessories do you folks like- stops, sleeves, oar rights, etc?

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Careful what you wish for. Prepare for a head spinning debate on oar accessories and setups.


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Careful what you wish for. Prepare for a head spinning debate on oar accessories and setups.
Like rafts, threads can go sideways most times it's not a good thing.
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I wear thongs, nuts and bolts, and spring is for high water not to keep 60$ worth of brass attached to my dingy.

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Threaded cobras- section of pvc to fill the gap. Perfect

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Threaded cobras- section of pvc to fill the gap. Perfect

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I wil be picking unthreaded cobras tomorrow. Do you put the PVC on the top, bottom or both?
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Bottom- why unthreaded?

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Bottom- why unthreaded?

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It is threaded.
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Am I the only one confused by much of this thread?
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