NRS Pennel Orca Cataraft Repair Kit

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NRS Pennel Orca® Cataraft Repair Kit. Contains the essentials for emergency boat material and Leafield valve repair. This is the same kit that comes with a new NRS Pennel Orca® Cataraft.
  • Repair parts are fitted in a water resistant dry box, with gasket-lined lid.
  • This kit is intended to give you the basics to make an emergency on-the-water repair. See the parts list for the included items.
  • Other items, such as Toluene and Clifton Hypalon Accelerator (sold separately), are recommended for more complete, long lasting repair jobs.
  • If you do not have an NRS boat, some of the items, such as the valve parts, may not work on your boat.

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  • Water resistant container includes:  
  • 4oz can Clifton Hypalon Adhesive
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  • One 6"x18" Piece of Floor Material
  • Roller Rasp
  • Piece of Sand Paper
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  • Wrench for Cat Nose Cone
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  • Leafield Rubber Adapter
  • 1 strip of 3" x 6" Tear-Aid type A
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