Padz Canoe Toe Block
Item: 50048.01 | Product Description »
- Closed Mini-cell Foam
- 3" Tall
- 4" Wide
- 6" Base Length Triangle Shape
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Q:What glue do you use to secure the block to the canoe floor.? I have a plastic material canoe made by Johnson Outdoors it a 14.7 ft guide series but needs foot braces for the rear passenger position. I would purchase these blocks if I knew something about a good adhesive....RJMAsked on 7/14/2014 by Russ from Huron, Oh
A:Russ, H2Glue is your best option for adhesive for these pads.Answered on 7/14/2014 by Kyle from NRS
A:I've used Gorilla Glue to put my knee and toe pads in. The problem is, once they are glued in, they are glued in.
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A:I used the glue that came with the blocks. Installed four years ago and
working fine.....MikeAnswered on 7/14/2014 by Anonymous
A:The blocks come with their own adhesive already on them. Just sand the area
of your canoe and apply. I've used them on my cedar-strip fiberglass canoe
and they've lasted for a few years so far with moderate use.Answered on 7/14/2014 by Anonymous
A:I recently bought these and simply used the self adhesive on the back to
adhere them to my Royalex floor. So far, so good. They seem very solid.Answered on 7/14/2014 by Anonymous
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Q:Which way does these face in the canoe?Asked on 9/1/2012 by Stephen from United States
A:I installed these with the slope pointing backwards and the shorter edge
facing the front of the canoe. This shorter surface is what my feet press
against.Answered on 9/2/2012 by Anonymous
These toe braces slope away from the rear paddler. Provides more boat control by placing your feet on them like a gas pedal. An adjustable foot brace bar provides the most control, but this is a great alternative.
ColeAnswered on 9/2/2012 by Anonymous
A:You put the long end pointing toward the front of the canoe so that your
foot may gain leverage and gripping for power while paddling in the rear or
stern of the canoe. What are you going to use to adhere them to the canoe
PjAnswered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous
A:The way I used them, the side shown as the top in the photo (the largest side) is the bottom. It's glued to the boat. The shortest side is what my toes push against.Answered on 9/4/2012 by Anonymous
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Comments about Padz Canoe Toe Block:
This seemingly useless addition turned out to be the favorite item I added when outfitting my canoe. Though other items were more "useful" this simple addition provided a level of comfort and stability while working the stern of my two-person canoe. For the money buy two and have an extra!
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