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Old 07-18-2018   #1
Pieter Porcupine
 
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ISO: Oar Towers

Hey Buzzards,

Just built a new frame and my towers are too low.

Anyone have a set of 8" or 10" NRS style towers laying around that they would like to sell/trade?

Thanks!

-Pete

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If you run pins and clips you could cut a piece of pvc and get a longer bolt. That's what I did. Now if just asking worked then I'm in the market too for some 8 inch.
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