30", 36", 40", 45"
Canoe Rowing Unit Complete Package
Row your canoe with ease. Spring Creek Manufacturing’s Rowing Outrigger Package is just what you need for quick and efficient rowing. You will experience power, control and increased stability. Whether you are rowing solo, or with a partner, our outriggers will efficiently take you to your destination. One person can easily keep up with two paddlers, plus turn on a dime and handle a canoe in blowing wind. Family use is also enhanced. With one in the rowing seat, all passengers can fully enjoy the outdoor experience. Outriggers can be placed in the middle seat for soloists, but front seat rowing is recommended when traveling with two people. Our rowing package fits almost any canoe including Ultra lites and solos.
Includes: UR, Rowing Outriggers with bushings and oar pins, Drop in Seat and 7′ oars.
Universal Receiver Sizing
The Universal Receiver is made in different lengths to fit all canoes and kayaks. Standard sizes are 30″, 36″, 40″ and 45″. To size your canoe for a Universal Receiver, first, measure your canoe at it’s widest point. Measuring the widest point gives you the option to place the Universal Receiver anywhere on your canoe that is comfortable. Most canoe gunwales have inside lips for clamping, meaning your clamps will be on the inside of the canoe. However, some canoe gunwales have outside lips, and in this case your clamps will clamp to the outside of your canoe. If this is your circumstance, please go up one Universal Receiver size when ordering.
Charles Wallace –
This rowing kit works great for me. This kit does give you the power of two people and half the weight when you solo which is what I do. I leave the main bar attached to my Old Towne canoe and all I do is snap on the seat and side mounts and take off. In my case, I recommend getting the tote bag as I leave my boat at the marina and carry the rowing gear home. I would also recommend staying with the one piece side mounts like this kit offers to avoid the constant tightening of the extra , unnecessary movable parts that are on some less expensive kits. This kit has been well worth it.