Scadden Boats And Scotty Glue On Mounts

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  1. Wayne

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    I want to mount a couple glue on scotty mounts and was wondering what everyone is using for adhesive
    Thanks Wayne
     
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    You should probably call scadden and see what he recommends. That being said I believe
    you can use stabond from Nrs.
     
  3. Wayne

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    I did talk to him and he recomended ordering from Nrs. but being from Canada ordering adhesives across the border can be a challange!
    Wayne
     
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    I was discussing this on another board and I think the consenus was either host a gluing party with several people so you can split the cost or take it in somewhere that has bulk glue and they can probably do it cheaper than you can buy the glue. FWIW I have tried GOOP on mine and it SEEMS to be working fine but it's only used as an anchor holder at the bow and I keep the line tied off elsewhere so I'm only risking a dunking of my anchor system and not the loss of a fly rod. I will not be surprised if I have to spring for the $$ glue at some point.
     
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    I know, it sucks. And this is the second batch I have had to buy....I got to quit buying boats!!!!
     
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    I'd suggest ringing whomever you decide to get materials through to double check prices, as shipping hazardous material fees went up with the new year. I just got some THF and Clifton from Sotar and paid a bit more than the site listed.
     
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    Nice. It sounds like it will work. Please let us know.
     
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    It appears SCOTTY has a list of glue they recommend for their add ons:

    http://www.scotty.com/fishing-gear-equipment/rod-holders/glue-onmount.htm

    Many different glue products will work for adhering the No. 341 mount to your water craft. Poly Marine Glue, Stabond UK-148, HH-66 (RH Adhesives), and many more can be found at marine dealers such as, West Marine, Weaver Industries etc.
     
  11. Ed Call

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    Blue, regardless of what Scotty recommends, I'd be most concerned with what the boat manufacturer has to say. I'd rather have my glue mess up a ten dollar Scotty flexible mount than a much more expensive boat. I used Stabond to put my Scotty mounts and D rings onto my Scadden Assault. They have held up well.
     
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    Me too Ed. I did go with what was recommended by Dave.
     
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    Ed, where did you mount the Scotty holders on you Assault? I need one upfront for my Camera.
     
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    Just fore of the oar pins, inward out of oar stroke so my hands would not get banged up. Right up front would be a cool camera mount location.
     
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    As long as I can reach it...LOL No remote!:(


    Do you have a picture of the oar pins? Not understanding.
     
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    The oar lock device that Scadden and others use for the oars. Ball and socket deal with bolts that pass through the oars. Just like yours but I'm probably calling them the wrong thing.
     
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    Got it now...DUH Thanks
     

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