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NRS Oar Mount Nylon Bushing

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$3.00

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Replacement bushing for hot-forged aluminum NRS Oar Mounts. The tough nylon material provides a low-friction surface for oarlock shafts to rotate against.
  • The bushings produce a smooth, no-squeak stroke as you row your raft, cataraft or drift boat.
  • To replace bushing, tap out the old bushing from the bottom of the mount, then press in the new bushing.
  • Bushing is 1 7/8" in length and the inside diameter is 5/8".

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Material: Solid nylon
Length: 1 7/8"
Inside Diameter: 5/8"

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  • NRS Oar Mount Nylon Bushing

    Q:

    Only provided spec is length of the bushing, which is about the least important dimension. What are the inside and outside diameters?
    Asked on 5/2/2015 by Ant from Missoula

    2 answers

    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I'm using a tape measure, not a micrometer, so this is ballpark: I.D. is 5/8-inch throughout; O.D. is 13/16-inch and 1-inch. Hope this helps. (I was curious about this when I ordered them as well but I figured for the price, I'd just take a chance. I can always use items like this for pieces/parts!)
      Raindodger

      Answered on 5/3/2015 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The inside diameter of the bushing is 5/8", to accommodate our 5/8" shank oar locks. That diameter is the most common for whitewater locks. The outside of the bushing is formed to make a friction fit in our new forged oar mounts. The mounts come with this bushing. It's tough nylon, so it'll last a long time. When it does wear you can pop out the old one and tap in one of these.

      Answered on 5/2/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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