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If you are not using oar rights, plastic stoppers will position and keep your oars where you want them to be. Use large stoppers with Molded Oar Sleeves.
Sold in pairs.

Small:
Mounts directly on small-diameter shafts
1 3/8" - 1 5/8"
Regular:
Mounts directly on Carlisle or Cataract shafts
1 7/8" - 2"
Large:
For larger-diameter shafts, Molded Oar Sleeves, or wraps
2" - 2 1/4"

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Features:
  • Small: 1 3/8" - 1 5/8"
  • Regular: 1 7/8" - 2"
  • Large: 2" - 2 1/4"

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4.6

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4.0

oargasmic stoppers...

By International Sportfishing Legend

from Orygun

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Good Control

Cons

    Best Uses

    • River Running

    Comments about Plastic Oar Stoppers:

    I clamp them to my shaft to keep me from probing too deeply...

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    • No
     
    5.0

    Met my need perfectly

    By BillW

    from Boise, ID

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Adjustable
    • Easy to install

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Plastic Oar Stoppers:

        Bought for new replacement oars on our pontoon boats. I actually use the small over the sleeve, I found that when pulling hard the oar locks would cause the sleeve to separate from the lock just enough to scar the Alum. oar shaft. When mounted on the sleeve I have not had the problem since.

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        4.0

        They solved my problem.

        By SDW

        from Texas

        About Me Beginner

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • River Running

            Comments about Plastic Oar Stoppers:

            I use these oar stops while fishing and they work great. I added some tape to make them quieter.

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            5.0

            Simple solution

            By Oregon Old Guy

            from Salem, OR

            About Me Advanced

            Verified Buyer

            Comments about Plastic Oar Stoppers:

            Installed these over the plastic sleaves I installed on Carlise 2-piece econo oars. Easier to install than the rubber version and stay put where you secure them. Simple solution, easy to install and secures the sleave.

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            4.0

            Pretty good oar stoppers

            By None

            from Ottawa, MN

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Functionality
            • Materials

            Cons

            • OD larger than needed

            Best Uses

              Comments about Plastic Oar Stoppers:

              These stops are used on a small rowing skiff. They're not exactly pretty, but they work well keeping the oars from "walking" out of position.

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              • Plastic Oar Stoppers

                Q:

                What is the inside and outside diameter of this.
                Asked on 8/19/2014 by j

                1 answer

                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  The "wall" on all three sizes is 7/8" high. The final diameter will depend on the diameter of the shaft it's placed on. The range of diameters that each will fit on is listed there on the product page.

                  Answered on 8/22/2014 by Clyde from NRS
              • Plastic Oar Stoppers

                Q:

                What size stopper fits over the molded oar sleeves # 77414.01?
                Asked on 2/8/2014 by Fast Ruthie from Everett, WA

                2 answers

                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  The Large size fits over the Molded Oar Sleeve.

                  Answered on 2/8/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  Just buy for the correct oar diameter, you have enough leeway to
                  accommodate a sleeve, i.e., the facea of lock where the bolts clamp do not
                  have to meet.

                  Answered on 2/9/2014 by Anonymous
              • Plastic Oar Stoppers

                Q:

                My oar diameter is larger than 1 5/8 and smaller than 1 7/8. Which size should I try? small or regular?
                Asked on 9/8/2013 by no boat from walnut creek, california

                1 answer

                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  The Small will not fit. You can try the Regular; sounds like you will have to shim with some flexible material to make it fit snug.

                  Answered on 9/8/2013 by Clyde from NRS
              • Plastic Oar Stoppers

                Q:

                It doesn't seem that these are neccessary when using the oar sleeve sold at NRS - doesn't in already have the stopper on it? Am I missing something here? THe sleeves recommend using these but I don't see why - they don't fit over the sleeve any how.
                Asked on 3/2/2013 by sloshed

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                • Staff Reviewer

                  A:

                  There is a slight lip on the Molded Oar sleeve. You might find that works for you. Personally I use stoppers. Try it first without them; you can always add them later.

                  Answered on 3/3/2013 by Clyde from NRS
                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  I don't know about the sleeves in question. If the sleeves do in fact incorporate collars, separate collars should not be necessary. I wanted the old-style, traditional sleeves, so I made my own from black-dyed leather and copper tacks. Then I mounted the collars over the leather. See attached photo for better explanation.
                  I hope this helps.

                  Answered on 3/2/2013 by Anonymous
                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  You don't need stoppers at all if you have pins and clips. If you have oarlocks, you can probably mount your sleeves in such a spot that they would function also as stoppers. But if you mount the sleeves closer to the handle (where I would mount them if I were using them) then you also need the stopper. These stoppers are much more reliable than regular stoppers (rubber rings).

                  Answered on 3/2/2013 by Anonymous
                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  Yeah if you are buying the sleeves they
                  have a stopper and you are good, I made
                  that mistake and bought the big ones to fit
                  over the sleeves, so I couldn't even use
                  them on my spare oar. Hey NRS label the
                  sleeves as sleeves/stopper I was confused.
                  Sent from my iPhone

                  Answered on 3/2/2013 by Anonymous
                • VERIFIED BUYER

                  A:

                  The oar sleeve has a weeny little lip - not really a stopper. I don't
                  think it would hold up very long on its own. I have the stopper butted
                  right up to that lip - fits over the sleeve just fine both on my
                  Carlisles and on the Sawyers (had to spread the sleeve a little for the
                  Sawyer)
                  Erich

                  Answered on 3/2/2013 by Anonymous
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