... The actual measurement from the stern edge?,(closest to oarlock) is 12 inches. I ve spoken with Steve at Shaw and Tenney about oars and he has been very
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, Nov 2, 2006
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The actual measurement from the stern edge?,(closest to
oarlock) is 12 inches.
I've spoken with Steve at Shaw and Tenney about oars and he
has been very helpful.
The oarlocks on the boat are currently mounted on the inside of
the gunwale ,which is why the measurement from pin to pin was
so narrow, I will be mounting them on the outsied as he
suggested, giving it a more normal distance of 50" from pin to
he suggested the 8' oars ,flat blade so thats what i'm going with.
I weighed the old 7' oars that I've been struggling with ,they
weigh 6# each!!! I think Steve said the new one's will weigh
about 3# each,so that and the proper mounting of the oarlock on
the outside edge should make a big difference???
> This was addressed earlier in the thread that the initial
> was from the front of an overly long seat that contained a
> compartment. I have to look but the subsequent measurement
> more "typical".
> > "Measures 29" from seat back to oarlock"
> > On most boats I've seen this distance is between 9 and 14
> > With 29 inches you must have really long arms! Are you sure
> > measured from the stern edge of the seat. The stern edge is
> > closest to the locks. The forward edge could be a lot father a
> > depending on how wide the seat is.
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