FS 6' Gull Ash Oars, Sleeve, Tip Protectors, Brass Oar Locks

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    A little short for my application, like new and in excellent shape

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    I have some 7.5' Gulls. MIne are from New Zealand, and seem to be high quality wood oars.
     
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    Hi Paul, Those might work well in my new little pram. How much are you asking for them?
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    Thought I had the price in there... My bad, $100. I posted it up on C.L. As well. Yes they are also N.Z. Made and appear very sturdy and in great shape.
     
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    Hey Paul, I'm really interested in the oars. Can you tell me the distance from the top of the hand grip to where the oar lock is. I need to check the length on my pram. Also, what's the distance I'd have to go to pick them up?
     
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    Hi Steve, those rubber sleeves are fully adjustable. I've slid them with a little water between them and the oars and you can balance them well for your application. I know you're up north and normally I'd meet up if I was planning to fish pass or lone but its tough for me to get out with two young kids. If your down in the Seattle and or Bellevue location I could meet you. Thanks for your interest. I will measure the current set up and let you know. Thanks. Paul
     
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    Steve, its 20" from the tip of the oar handle to the brass oar lock
     
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    I was afraid of this...they'll work perfect. I'll take them if you can figure a way to hook up. I am heading to Puyallup on Sunday and will be driving through Bellevue. Any chance of meeting up then?
     
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