Carbon Side Mounted Sweep Rigger: Dreher ultra-stiff carbon tubular riggers complete with side stay assembly, backstay assembly, oarlock, and pin. The rigger components are uncut and unassembled. No boat shims are included. Price provided per rigger. The carbon “cup-shaped” oarlock … Read more
Carbon Side Mounted Sculling Riggers: Dreher ultra-stiff carbon tubular riggers complete with side stay assembly, back stay assembly, oarlock and pin. Sold as a pair. The rigger components are uncut and unassembled. No boat shims are included. The carbon “cup … Read more
Carbon Boat Attachment Piece (BAP) – Carbon Tubular Rigger Part: Carbon side stay attachment for mounting rigger to racing shell. The Boat Attachment Piece (BAP) is epoxied into the end of a side stay. This part comes in several different sizes … Read more
For a look at Elliptical Shaft compatible blade shape versus other blades that are made for round shafts that we sell, see the Sculling Oar Blade Geometry Link.
For more information on the “tool-free” Adjustment feature with a locking latch (see the last picture in gallery):
This “tool-free” load adjustment feature allows anyone to adjust the load anytime and anywhere without tools. The carbon segmented screw piece is permanently bonded to the scull shaft. The easily replaceable bearing surface is moved by a nut, with 1 cm of inboard/outboard movement for every 360 degrees turn of the nut. This easy adjustment feature allows the rower to have a better feel for which rig is correct for each wind condition. A change of the rig takes no more than one to two to three minutes to complete the four adjustments required for each set of sculls and can be accomplished easily on-the-water or on the dock. Each oar has a locking latch that also helps rotate the nut the is used to change the outboard.
Carbon Scull – Fixed: 100% Carbon Fixed Length (9’6″) Hatchet Sculls. These sculls are the most popular choice for entry level and recreational scullers. Due to shipping restrictions, the sculls come with the handles out and the collars off. Instructions are … Read more