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Old 04-12-2015   #1031
 
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Old 04-12-2015   #1032
 
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Always a work in progress. Maravia, Diablo 14'

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One of the best setups I have ever seen. I like those side dry boxes, and those pockets for the water bottle. Excellent.
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Are you able to ship your oars to the bow with the yellow boxes on either side of the capt. Just looks a little high. Sweet rig for sure!
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One of the best setups I have ever seen. I like those side dry boxes, and those pockets for the water bottle. Excellent.
It should be noted those are not dry boxes - they are splash proof. I use them (smaller ones) for a few of the kitchen boxes and when submerged (flipped) they will leak significantly.

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Has anyone else noticed that the gentleman that started this post back in 2011 only has two total posts??? I wonder if he's still a buzz member. He may not know it, but he created the best post ever.
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Old 04-14-2015   #1038
 
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Are you able to ship your oars to the bow with the yellow boxes on either side of the capt. Just looks a little high. Sweet rig for sure!
Real good question. I don't have a good answer for you. I just put them there for an upcoming Deso-Gray trip where I'm having to carry more group junk than normal. Sitting in my driveway it does not seem to be any problem but real world is untested. Deso-Gray being a big wide float it will probably not matter. Normally I run a smaller captains box to either side. I know I will miss them because they are much easier to get in and out of than the York Pacs.

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Has anyone else noticed that the gentleman that started this post back in 2011 only has two total posts??? I wonder if he's still a buzz member. He may not know it, but he created the best post ever.
Yeah its a staple of the Bz for sure. Suprised it's not a Sticky.

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Aire/Outcast sells some oar cradles that you could rig off a chicken line if you can't ship those oars with your setup. I use them on my cat and they work out pretty well.

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