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Old 07-05-2012   #1
 
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NRS, HELP Im an Idiot

It's got my new boat today NRS 120 Otter. I don't know how to install the thwarts. Long side up or short side up. Also, how do you tie it off? I don't know wether to run the string through the attachment and tie it off or what to do. I can find no instructions on their site or on the Internet. Please help!!!! Pics would be awesome.

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Call NRS as I am sure that they will be happy to help. Frankly, you have not made it clear what you are talking about... How do you tie what off? Any how, don't worry about it, you will figure it out with a little help!
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tie the string to the hole in the thwart attachment on the thwart.
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NRS Thwarts

Hi -

You've probably already got it figured out, but I'll throw in.

Put the long side on top. You can do a couple of things with the rigid batten. There are holes in the attachment on the end of the thwart. You can tie the end of the string to that so the batten stays with the thwart when it is removed. With the boat inflated that batten isn't going to work its way out.

Some folks feel the need to get the extra security of inserting the batten, then tying the end of the string to the hole on the other end of the batten.

Enjoy your new boat and give us a shout if we can help in any way.

Boat Safe!

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