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Screw mounted Tie-down Kit for sea kayaks and canoes. Used to attach lacing cord to your touring deck and keeps canoe float bags in place and not floating away. A great way to add deck rigging to your sea kayak.

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  • video: How To: Install a Kayak Deck Rigging Kit
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  • Kit comes with 12 brackets, 24 screws & instructions
  • Stainless Steel Screws

video: How To: Install a Kayak Deck Rigging Kit

How To: Install a Kayak Deck Rigging Kit (1:37)

Having storage and gear attachment points on your decked sea or touring kayak is an important part of organizing gear you want close at hand. The NRS Kayak Deck Rigging Kit comes with the lacing eyelets, bungee cord and mounting hardware you need to expand your rigging or outfit a boat that doesn't have this vital accessory feature. In this video the NRS Repairs crew demonstrates how easy it is to install this simple-to-use kit.

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  • Easy to attach (6)
  • Rugged (4)

Cons

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  • Casual/ recreational (3)
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5.0

Bungee tie-downs

By The Hunter

from Colo Spgs, CO

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Attach
  • Improves Kayak Function

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit:

      Bought this to replace a broken factory original...perfect fit.

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      5.0

      Good Deal.

      By Buckman

      from Franklinville N.Y.

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Work With

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Recreational Paddlers

        Comments about Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit:

        Good Product.

         
        4.0

        Easy to insert and strong

        By Ranger T

        from Phoenix, Arizona

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Attach
        • Rugged

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit:

            Used on a sit on top kayak where a tie-down broke, which holds my seatback. This was a fast fix, easy to install, and now holds my seat with its attachment clips. So far durable (150 miles tested to this point).

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            5.0

            tie down kits for my kayaks

            By realman

            from Fredericksburg Virginia

            About Me Casual/ Recreational

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Attach
            • Rugged

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Day Trips
              • Recreational Paddlers

              Comments about Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit:

              My son loves to go out on my boats. I have one of each kind to share with the youth at my church.And the extra tie down really help with all the gear we take . Thank you so much for having and shipping it so fast for me.

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              5.0

              Solid

              By Old Don

              from Livermore, Ca.

              About Me Advanced

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Attach
              • Improves Kayak Function
              • Rugged

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • White Water Paddling

                Comments about Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit:

                My canoe needed a way to attach the ropes to hold the float bags in. Bought these and attached to the underside of gunwale. plenty strong to hold the ropes and bags in.

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                • Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit

                  Q:

                  Can this be used on a kevlar canoe with aluminum gunwales? If so, would you mount them on the gunwales or through the kevlar material?
                  Asked on 5/8/2013 by Newcanoeowner from Colorado

                  7 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    It depends on how handy you are and how much of an inner lip the gunwales give you. I'd mount them on the underside of the gunwales if possible. Aluminum isn't that hard to drill. Get out your drill, put an appropriate size bit in it and, without plugging it in, see if you can put the bit tip on a part of the underside of the gunwale. If the lip doesn't protrude into the canoe very much, you won't be able to do it. I do have a friend would instead put these on the part of the gunwale that faces the opposite gunwale. It looked a little funny, but worked.
                    BTW, I'm assuming your gunwales are hollow and have room to absorb the sharp part of the screw. You want to be sure to drill a hole that is smaller in diameter than the screw. (Hope I'm not insulting your intelligence here--just want to make sure I've covered the bases.)
                    I would not screw into Kevlar. It's not thick or strong enough for fasteners.

                    Answered on 5/8/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I have a royalex canoe with aluminum gunwales. I am not sure about drilling Kevlar but I drilled mine into the bottom of of my gunwales and it works great.

                    Answered on 5/8/2013 by Paddler from Alabama
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I suppose you could rivet them to the hull, but I wouldn't start drilling holes in my kevlar. I would use stainless sheet metal screws to mount them to the gunwales.

                    Answered on 5/9/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    predrill holes with the perfect diameter drill so that the screws thread into the aluminum....

                    Answered on 5/9/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I think this could be use with your canoe just fine. However I don't think
                    the screws are self tapping so you may need to use rivets or nuts and bolts
                    to secure the tie downs.

                    Answered on 5/9/2013 by Art from Colorado
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    If you want to mount directly to the kevlar, I would recommend using rivets instead of the supplied screws.
                    But I would try to mount them to the gunwales using either the screws or using rivets.
                    Given the profile of the gunwales on my canoe, I attached wood strips that I screwed the hardware to.

                    Answered on 5/9/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    I would do the aluminum not the Kevlar. Also I would prefer glue in d rings over the product you selected. Hope this helps.
                    Sent from my iPhone

                    Answered on 5/10/2013 by Anonymous
                • Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit

                  Q:

                  I take it you don't need nuts or inside boat access? Just use screws with epoxy or silicone?
                  Asked on 5/6/2013 by Isaac the pygmy builder from Lubec me

                  4 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Correct. I drilled pilot holes first, then applied epoxy to the freshly
                    drilled holes for it to soak into the grain and then installed the clips
                    with screws the next day. Two years have passed and I have had no problems.

                    Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    Correct, Isaac. Here are he installation instructions - http://www.nrsweb.com/repair/tiedown_kit.asp

                    Answered on 5/6/2013 by Clyde from NRS
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    If the load is going to be light, such as light stuff on the deck, you
                    should be ok. If there is any load you'd want a backing plate of treated
                    plywood and possible through bolts.

                    Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    The screws may work on plastic hulls, but on my fiberglass hull, I bought brass machine screws with nuts and washers. I did use silicone and did need behind the deck access.
                    Terry Wyatt

                    Answered on 5/6/2013 by Anonymous
                • Screw Mounted Tie-Down Kit

                  Q:

                  How long are these? Do you have any longer ones?
                  Asked on 4/20/2013 by Jerry from Hot springs, AR

                  3 answers

                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Center to center of screw holes is 1 3/8".

                    Answered on 4/21/2013 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    They are 1 3/4 "
                    Sent from my Windows Phone

                    Answered on 4/20/2013 by Anonymous
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    Jerry, full dimension are: length - 1 3/4", center-to-center of the holes - 1 3/8", width of bottom of the opening - 1/2", height of opening - 5/16". These are the only ones we have.

                    Answered on 4/22/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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