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Re: Saroca boat parts for sale

i have a lot of misc saroca parts. no masts. i haven't looked in the storage for a couple years. if you need a part, let me know. i think i remember a transom, a seat, maybe sails, oar locks, a couple boxes of bits and pieces. you can reply direct if you want cody100@gmail.com
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Re: Saroca boat

i still have parts for the SAROCA and one old one thats seen lots of good times. cody 100@gmail.com
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Re: Saroca boat

I purchased a couple parts from cody1000 and he is a great seller. The rowing skeg and motor mount were carefully packaged and arrived in great shape. Anyone thinking of buying parts with him can do so with confidence.

I am still looking for a rub rail for my plastic Saroca. If anyone has one or maybe wants to pull one off an old damaged hull, I would pay $100 for it.

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Re: Saroca boat

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Has anyone had any experience with Saroca boats? These are multi-use boats that can be equipped for sailing, canoeing, sculling or mounted with a small outboard.
I just got a saroca and I am looking for parts. Does anybody know where to find any or can you make your own?
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Re: Saroca boat

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i still have parts for the SAROCA and one old one thats seen lots of good times. cody 100@gmail.com
I was wondering if you still had any saroca parts. The oar locks that came with mine dont fit or they only fit the outriggers, let me know, thanks.
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Re: Saroca boat

Hello, Do yau still have parts for Saroca. I need hooks for sttrapping down compartments.
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Re: Saroca boat

Im also looking for parts but they dont make them any more. I wish they did, I never seen a boat you can do so much with.
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Smile Re: Saroca boat

Bought a 1988 Saroca recently and took it on 7 day cruise in Lake Huron islands area with the family (2 kids and 2 adults) a little cramped at times but overall a great boat for cruising, had to do some rowing on light wind days. Pretty impressive upwind sailing for a boat with no jib. Camping gear stows nicely in the front and rear compartments.

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Re: Saroca boat

anyone have saroca parts? I am looking for the black rings that prevent the oars from slipping through the oar locks. Wouldn't mind having a few extra black clamps for the fore and aft covers.
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Re: Saroca boat

I should have the parts you are looking for, I should have all the parts for the sailing and skulling units,
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