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30-12-2019, 20:38   #1
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Old kayak refurb

Hi all,

Anybody know a place I might get a second hand kayak refurbished? Straps etc..

Brother in law said I could have this one but it’s Older.

https://www.rtmkayaks.com/en/fiches-.../mambo-single/
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02-01-2020, 16:01   #2
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Moved you here where you might have better luck.



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The Canoe Centre might be able to advise if they wouldn't do it themselves:

https://www.canoecentre.ie/
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The Canoe Centre might be able to advise if they wouldn't do it themselves:

https://www.canoecentre.ie/
Thanks dude. I’ll give them a call
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Most people do the work themselves, and I've never heard of a specific boat repair place. They're simple enough beasts. Take a look and see what's needed, and ask specific questions to either here or FB communities or even the manufacturers themselves, they love being able to help out people maintaining their kit.
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Depends where you are.
Darrens Kayaks in Durrus, West Cork is brilliant and would definitely be able to help you out. Even if you couldn't make the trip they'll happily supply you with the parts and rigging.

http://www.darrenskayaks.com/sit-on.html
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