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  1. kal

    kal Member

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    I broke one of the air valve covers on my pontoon boat, a WaterSkeeter River Tamer. I was wondering if anyone knows where I would be able to pick up a new one. I tried e-mailing Oregon Fishing.com, but haven't heard back from them yet. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks kurt
     
  2. mtlhead

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    Go and check out www.nrsweb.com , It is the web site for one of the major watersports (Rafts, Catboats, Whitewater stuff in general) dealers. They have a large selection of valve assemblys available, and more than likely can help you out. Good luck! :THUMBSUP
     
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    I was a little hasty on my ask for help. Tim at Oregon Fishing.com recieved my e-mail and sent me a free replacement, even though it was my stupidity that caused the initial problem. I thought I would just pass this information along. It's good to do business with a company that will help you out when needed.
     
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    I think AIRE co. makes those bladders and valves. Try Swiftwater in Seattle,Dana Boetcher I think ius his name. Awesome place, great guy. Best rental and guiude prices I ever saw. Has some great trips cheap too. Very experienced, safe- a whitewater pro!Deschutes, Methowe, John Day, Yakima etc.
     

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