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Old 2 Weeks Ago   #1
 
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ISO 11 ft oars

looking for 11ft oars.
let me know what you got.

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I have a brand new pair of Cataract SGX shafts w/ rope wrap and stops, non-counter balanced. They were supposed to be counter balanced, I have a return authorization to send them back but if you are interested I could let them go for $450 for the pair.


I do not have blades
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thanks for the reply, but I'll pass I think Id just buy some counterbalanced.
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Isnt the counterbalance just in the handle? They should be able to send you new handles or at least the metal rod that threads into the bottom of your own handles, it's like a 2 minute job to add the counter balance I believe.
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Isnt the counterbalance just in the handle? They should be able to send you new handles or at least the metal rod that threads into the bottom of your own handles, it's like a 2 minute job to add the counter balance I believe.
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Sorry for the Hijack


one would think it was that simple. I was advised by Cataract directly that the handles are not replaceable and I should cut them off and order new handles with counterbalance weights to epoxy in. Since they are new and the retailer has excellent customer service I opted to inform them there was a problem and they had no issues taking them back and working to get the correct shafts headed my direction. I really didn't want to do anything to mess with the warranty on a brand new, unused set of oars. My backup plan was to bore a small core in the handle and melt about 4 pounds of tire weights into it.


Just thought this might be an option for someone fairly local to me, kind of a win/win if the non-counterbalance would have worked for the OP. I get it
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I have 2 11' oars you could take off my hands. They are yellow Carlisle shafts with the 6" Carlisle blades, plastic sleeves, and rubber stops. I ran these as my spares (had to row them a few times and they worked well) but I recently upgraded to Sawyers for my spares so no longer need the Carlisles. I'd let them go for $150 + shipping if necessary.
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