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04-03-2014 10:22 AM
wfish11
Re: Dinghy Parts

try InflatableBoatParts.com - Inflatable Boat parts, repair kits and accessories for Zodiac, Achilles, Caribe, AB, Avon and Walker Bay Inflatables. - Inflatable Boat Parts
04-03-2014 06:34 AM
slsyzygy
Re: Dinghy Parts

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Originally Posted by nccouple View Post
I have an older 10' hard bottom inflatable Avon that I'm in the process of getting sea worthy. Looking to buy a set of oars, patch kit and a manual pump. Everywhere I look I find either cheap crap or way over priced stuff. I've checked overtons, west marine, amazon and etc. Anyone got a good lead on parts?
Defender has lots of parts for inflatable boats. For your older Avon:

Oars: Avon Style Replacement Jointed Oar

Hypalon Patches: They have other colors too: Defender Inflatable Boat Hypalon Repair Patches

Hypalon adhesive: Polymarine Hypalon 1 Part Adhesive

Footpump (the one I like, they have others): Scoprega Bravo 10 Foot Pump

You will likely need a Leefield adapter to adapt to the C7 valves on your boat, or a piece of hose from Lowes / Home Depot works too.

Good Luck.

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04-02-2014 06:33 PM
Gladrags1
Re: Dinghy Parts

eBay? Try Bacon Sails in Annapolis as they have tons of old boat parts. Good luck!


Mandolin, Bayfield 36 out of Rock Creek, Chesapeake Bay.

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04-02-2014 06:25 PM
nccouple
Dinghy Parts

I have an older 10' hard bottom inflatable Avon that I'm in the process of getting sea worthy. Looking to buy a set of oars, patch kit and a manual pump. Everywhere I look I find either cheap crap or way over priced stuff. I've checked overtons, west marine, amazon and etc. Anyone got a good lead on parts?

 
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