CHROME BRASS ROWLOCK With brass socket, 52 mm.
Brass rowlock. Finish .L Polished .C Chromed Passage rowlock 40 mm 48 mm
A.354 Tidy clips Large Spring Clip High quality in house injection moulded nylon 6 tidy clips to store your spinnaker pole, oars or other loose parts securely.
Description:Rowlock 17mm Body Black Category:Deck Hardware Subcategory:General Deck Hardware Series:Rowlocks Colour:Black Weight (grm):44
Product Description Plain Manganese Bronze
For all popular oar sizes. Fasten securely to oar with one adjustable bolt. Zinc-Plated steel resists rust. 2" Long, 1/2" diameter shank.
Made of rugged, flexible polyethylene. Adjustable and Long wearing. Quick and easy to install (fasteners supplied). Can be trimmed for smaller oars.
Rowlock Foldable H.D.G. Material : Malleable iron heat treated Finish : hot dipped galvanized
Available colors: black Diameter of rod: 51mm Material: PA6 UV resistant
Rowlock and socket 35- 47 mm € 9,50 Specifications Article numbr: 2500 Fixing on socket 52 x 31 mm
6570 Rowlock not included Grey RAL 7035 130x90x35 mm 12 mm Rowlock not included Grey RAL 7046 130x90x35 mm 12 mm Rowlock not included Black 130x90x35 mm 12 mm
Rowlock Set-Top Mount - CPZ Chrome plated zinc. Top mounted. Part #: 70401
Brass rowlock for inflatables. Length 90 mm Inner Ø 42 mm Overall shank length 25 mm Shank Ø 12 mm
Set of rowing locks to be used with the Optiparts rowing seat and rowing oars.
How to choose this product
An oarlock is a horseshoe-shaped fitting that holds an oar for rowing on the gunwale of a small boat or at the stern for sculling.
These fittings are used for sculling with a single oar at the stern or rowing with a pair of oars mounted on the gunwales of small craft. They are found on rowboats, tenders, small sailboats and the like.
The shaft extending from the bottom of the lock's curved part slides into a cylindrical fitting mounted in or to the gunwale. The oar shaft rests in and is supported by the lock. Most are made of plastic, though brass and stainless steel models also exist. Inflatable tenders often use a different system. A a hole in the oar shaft slips over an articulated pin which is an integral part of the pontoon.
How to choose
Oarlock and oar shaft diameter should be close enough to prevent excess play. Aesthetics may also be considered, especially when fitting out traditional craft. The base plate holding the female part of the lock must be compatible with gunwale configuration.