For Sale 16' x 20" NRS Cataraft Tubes - Mountain Buzz
 



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Old 06-30-2019   #1
 
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16' x 20" NRS Cataraft Tubes

Hey there,

Used these on a Middle Fork Salmon trip last year and they worked really well. They're an older set of NRS 16' x 20" diameter cataraft tubes. They're in good shape but show signs of the oar frame. All d-rings, zippers and internal bladders are in good shape. I just did an overnight air test to make sure they hold air tight - and they do.

If there are any specific details you'd like me to look over, say so below and I'll do that and reply here while I've got the tubes inflated. I imagine many of you know exactly what year these were made, or have interest in little details I'm unaware of!

Includes a bag to carry them around, too.

Located in Lake Tahoe, CA. I'm happy to ship if that's of interest - $50.

$600 for the tubes.
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Price lowered to $500!
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Old 09-11-2019   #4
 
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Are these still available?

If so,shipped price to Colorado?Thanks
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Old 09-18-2019   #5
 
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Let me know if you still have these please. I'm right down the hill in Carson City. 360-461-9649 Thanks.
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Old 09-19-2019   #6
 
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An early tube design. Zippers and bladders ala Aire. With those long double-tapers /double-cones on each end, they have a short waterline. Buoyancy is not what you'd expect for their length. They handle, spin, track and haul loads like a much smaller cat. Amputate those secondary end-cones on both ends and they become perfect for fishing smaller rivers and light loads. I want them, oh yes ... I want them ... but I have too many irons in the fire already. Grrrr!
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