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Extra 9" or 12" Oar Pin

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Extra Pin for the Pin and Clip Setup.

9" Pin Assembly comes with rubber bumper on top, one 3 1/2" PVC bushing, two washers and a nut.

12" Pin Assembly comes with rubber bumper on top, one each 1", 2" and 3 1/2" PVC bushings, three washers and a nut.

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Includes:
  • 1- 9" or 12" pin
  • Rubber bumper
  • PVC bushing(s)
  • 2 washers
  • 1 nut

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  • Extra 9" or 12" Oar Pin

    Q:

    There is a hole drilled below the nut. Is a clevis pin needed if the nut is nylock?
    Asked on 7/2/2013 by Sedgesprite from Juneau, AK

    8 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I've run just the nut for a few season with no loosening and no issues.

      Answered on 7/3/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have had no movement of the nylock nut. It is VERY secure! I'm not sure why there is a hole drilled there?
      Happy boating!
      Sent by Terry Carlson

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      There is no hole in the pin below the nut. The nylock nut will hold very well; just check it from time to time to make sure the rowing motion hasn't rotated it.

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Clyde from NRS
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I have never had a Nylock nut come off/loose in 35 years of rafting.
      However, I always carry an extra pin assembly just in case something bizarre happens.
       
      Don't tighten the nut, back-off the tightness just enough to allow the pin to rotate freely.
      Also, make sure the pin threads protrude past the nylon insert.

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Bronco from San Jose, CA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I've had no problem just using the nylon but, no clevis pin
      Sent from my iPhone

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Mine dont have the hole and the nylon lock nut has never loosened. It
      wouldn't hurt to have a cotter type pin in there, just in case, but you
      should notice right away if the pin starts to loosen or wobble. I wrap
      tape around the threads to reduce sharp edges which also keeps the nut from
      falling off. You should probably carry a full spare pin and hardware for
      extended trips either way.
      Happy rowing!

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Anonymous
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      The nylock nut will hold it tight. As with any nut, I continously monitor
      it to ensure placement

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by TDA from Salt Lake City, UT
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      Yes, over time (a couple years) the nut will slowly back out with the circular rowing action. I commonly do 100+ mile floats in Alaska and would not want to lose this nut mid-trip (or my entire oar lock assembly to the bottom of the river if the nut slipped off). Better safe than sorry. If anything, get an extra clevis pin!

      Answered on 7/2/2013 by Anonymous
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5.0

Class V

By Petermon

from Sacramento, CA

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      Comments about Extra 9" or 12" Oar Pin:

      Oar locks are great for feathering class III. But We've seen an oar come out the top when a boat bounced off a rock. When mistakes are not an option...Pins, Clips & Stirups are the only way to go.

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      5.0

      A lot easier to use and sturdier.

      By Scott

      from Colorado

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Tougher than a key ring

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          Comments about NRS Extra 9" or 12" Oar Pin:

          More piece of mind than key ring.

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