Upgraded outcast pinned oar locks *video*

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by Luke77, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. Luke77

    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Look what I just stumbled upon.



    I know this has been a hot topic for a long time for all the frameless personal watercrafts. This definitely has potential just might be the ticket.
     
  2. good idea but its still a shitty pinion style.
     
  3. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    I wouldn't be driving things out with s screw driver blade, then driving them back in with a steel hammer. Wonder what the elapsed time was while he aligned the holes?
     
  4. N-forker

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    OK, so I have a commander, and don't feel im gonna rip the pin out or damage the pinion system . If 'm gonna get that rowdy, I'll take my SDP> My only complaint is the darn oars are so short and rink-e-dink, and I cant feather my oars when I row. How about a sleave that passes over the pinion shaft held in place by the big nut on top, with a welded on 'O" ring to accommodate a 6' Swayer 2" shaft. This way we can use a real oar, and have the ability to feather while we row?

    Thoughts?

    Cheers!

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  5. psycho

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    Wonder what the elapsed time was while he aligned the holes?

    A heck of a lot longer that he showed in the video.:D