Bronze Angle Plate Oarlock Socket
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Buck Algonquin Bronze Angle Plate Oarlock Socket

Buck Algonquin bronze angle plate oarlock sockets fit inside the lip of the rail and allow for a more ergonomic angle for your oar locks. They require #10 fasteners (screws or bolts, not included). Designed to work with a 1/2" shank Buck Algonquin oar locks. Sold by the pair.
 
 
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Item Number  Overall Width  Overall Height  Hole Inside Diameter  Screw Size 
BUC-00OL5AB  4"  1-1/4"  1/2"  #10 
BRAND: Buck Algonquin
Metal: Bronze
Type: Oarlock Sockets
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Buck Algonquin Bronze Angle Plate Oarlock Socket
 
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4.0

Good Quality

By Ben

from MD

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        Comments about Buck Algonquin Bronze Angle Plate Oarlock Socket:

        Hven't used yet. For a cedar strip boat I am making. Probably would give a 5 after I use them.

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        4.0

        Well made hardware

        By Jacoby

        from Reedsport, OR

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        Staff Reviewer

        Pros

        • Adjustable
        • Good Control
        • Rugged

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • Classic row boats
        • Touring

        Comments about Buck Algonquin Bronze Angle Plate Oarlock Socket:

        Buck Algonquin hardware is made from good quality bronze and is machined to fit their brand. It is always a good idea to use sockets and oarlocks from the same manufacturer. Of course, you should never mix metals.

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