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Bass Pro Shops® Oarlock Horns

   

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  • Heavy-duty zinc-plated steel
  • Fits up to 2" diameter oar shaft
Oarlock horns are made of heavy-duty zinc-plated steel. Fits up to 2'' diameter oar shaft. 1/2'' shank socket. High-impact construction. 2 pack.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Acceptable Quality For The Price The Oarlock Horns work quite well with the exception of the Oar Pin. With no way to secure the pin from falling throuhg one side of the oarlock, I found it necessary to Duck Tape the tip after mounting the oar. If I had a way of drilling a throuh the tip I would have then found a carter pen to fit. I'm also thinking of using a spring steal slip clip. September 22, 2010
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There are three basic ways. The answer depends upon what kind of oars and oarlocks you have..

One is to have the oar wrapped with a collar or sleeve that positions the oar in the open horns or ring of the oarlock..

The second would be to have the oars pinned in place.

The third would be to have the oars secured in a clamp.

The first method being the oldest and also the only one of the three that allows the oars to be feathered on the backstroke.
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i NEED TO PURCHASE AN INEXPENSIVE SET OF OARS AND OAR LOCKS FOR A SMALL ROW BOAT ABOUT 6' OARS. What do you recomment?
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