Caviness Synthetic economy oars feature reinforced aluminum high-impact black blades, super strong, silver anodized aluminum shafts, and red grips. Available in 6, 6-1/2, and 7 ft lengths.
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Quick Oar Length Estimate: Take half (1/2) the distance between the oar locks and multiply by 3, then add 6 inches.
What oar locks work with these oars?
Any 1/2 shaft oarlock will do I would use either the ""BUC-33OL4H"" or the "BUC-33OL5RO" because they are stronger than their zinc counterparts, and bronze would be a dissimilar metal, thank you.
I should know the answer to this - but when it says each - it does not mean each pair, correct? It means each individual oar?
These are sold individually, not as a pair.
What is the size of the blade?
Blade is 5-1/2" wide x 23-3/4" long.
Liking them a lot, so far...
Have only rowed 20 miles with these, so far. But, I am liking them a lot. Being elderly, I only row about 15 miles per week. And, these oars seem very adequate for my basic needs. I'm using 7' oars on an Old Town Osprey canoe with 39" between oarlocks, and homemade PVC sleeves and collars. With these oars, I maintain 5 knots for an hour long workout. At my age, they will last the rest of my life.
Whitmore Lake, MI
caviness synthetic economy oar
i just received these oars, i am using them with carlisle clamp on plastic oarlocks. i was able to adjust the oarlocks for a sliding fit, the oar glides like in butter. i only have 4 hours on this set up but it works very well for me. i have a 44" wide flat bottom canoe with chined sides. i row for about 2 hours per trip to the local lake, 2 or 3 times a week.
Good product for the small lake
Had to make a modified mounting for mounting on a Tracker aluminum boat - which has a rounded rail around the top edge.