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Affordable replacement shafts?

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Created by Hooksey 1 month ago, 15 Jul 2019
Hooksey
WA, 509 posts
15 Jul 2019 9:36AM
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I took a crash over the falls on the weekend and landed on my paddle which broke. Almost a clean cut.. I've looked at the price of an OEM replacement shaft and its abt $250 which i find a bit steep.

What are others using for replacement shafts? Surely someone has found a source for cheap replacement shafts with same characteristics / quality as OEMs.

Bertie
WA, 1297 posts
15 Jul 2019 2:03PM
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CST ( composite spars and tube in NSW)
Killwell fibretube in NZ

alternatively call Windrush in O'Conner and ask what Brett has in stock.

kev7
WA, 111 posts
15 Jul 2019 2:30PM
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check out YOB web site just brought one last week .

Tardy
3065 posts
15 Jul 2019 3:09PM
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Bad fall ,your too heavy ...lol.

i would fix it with a insert , then buy another ...I use both my broken but fixed ones now ..

my last one got caught in the leg rope as I let my board go over the falls ,it held for a while then bang
ripped it in half but I fixed it . The other I ran over in my truck .duh.

paul.j
QLD, 2853 posts
15 Jul 2019 5:26PM
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Top end shaft.

www.oneoceansportsaustralia.com/shop/one-carbon-shaft-only

wazza66
QLD, 464 posts
15 Jul 2019 6:15PM
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Hey Jacko, will these shafts fit a Kanaha Quick blade ?

paul.j
QLD, 2853 posts
15 Jul 2019 6:26PM
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wazza66 said..
Hey Jacko, will these shafts fit a Kanaha Quick blade ?


Yeah maybe you can always bring it in mate and we can try if you want?

Jacko



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