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Old 05-04-2015   #1091
 
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Your rear swivel seat, do you secure it to the boat or just the 2 connections to the frame? I ask because in my tinkering I've left it loosy goosey on the frame and no strap to the boat, and gone the total opposite where I strap tightly to the d-rings and the frame. The only down side I can see to leaving loosy goosey is chafing on the boat, but the boat can flex more in waves which is good sometimes. But because I want my boat to last I've stopped leaving it loose.

No real suggestion in there, just curious which way you went with yours.
I just have the two connections to the frame, it does rub a little when things get real bouncy, but nothing that some boat cleaner hasn't taken right off. The only real issue I've had with it is that a larger friend of mine "freed up" the bearings a little on it, so it spins like a top going down the road if I don't tie the seat down before taking off.

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Old 05-11-2015   #1092
 
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I'm Ready!

Sold the Ocelot, picked up these Legend Fatties!
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Old 05-15-2015   #1093
 
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14' Tributary SB with a down river four bay. Cataract shafts and sawyer oars.

New boat owner, still have lots of gear to acquire. Great boat though


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Old 05-15-2015   #1094
 
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Nice rig. Glad to see you get high end sticks. There kind of like good ski boots in my opinion, greatly over looked as an integral connection between you and your craft.
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Old 05-15-2015   #1095
 
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Thanks! Yeah. I'm really happy with the oar set up, once I rowed the Grand Canyon I couldn't look at my boat the same again. Always looking for good over nighters in the area


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Old 06-16-2015   #1097
 
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My mostly new setup. It took a while to put it all together. First trip with it on the Rogue.

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Old 06-16-2015   #1098
 
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Nice looking Sotar. I like the Denver Bronco colors too!
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Old 06-17-2015   #1099
 
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My mostly new setup. It took a while to put it all together. First trip with it on the Rogue.

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Nice boat Kasey. Glad you finally got your frame!
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Old 06-17-2015   #1100
 
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Damn you got some sticks on that thing for the Rogue that oar is as long as the boat!, are you local your pic says Utah but you are sporting all the Oregon Boyz Rogue gear, boat ,frame ,oars. Sweet colors.
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