|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.5 x 7 x 2 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||1|
Kayak Skeg Tracking Fin Kayak Fin Mounting Points Watershed Board Canoe Large
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- It is a tracking fin fit for most Kayak boat.
- Material is PVC,please use the glue that can attach PVC.
- Install to Kayak to divide water, decrease the water resistance.
- This Kayak Fin simple to attach and to remove, no tools needed.
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kayak skeg Features: Total lenght after assembly Length: 8", Width: 4" ,Height: 8"
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UPDATE: I used Goop only to attach two of these, I let it sit for several days before taking it out on the water. Took it out two days ago and these made a HUGE difference. It's so much easier to paddle and actually enjoy my kayak. It now goes completely straight without worrying about having to over correct or going sideways when I stopped paddling. Made the ride super smooth compared to when I didn't have these. However, you must remember that the downside to this is that your kayak is less maneuverable. Before, it would turn very easy, I could whip it side to side with a little more control. Now, it's not so easy to turn. I found myself having to paddle backwards if I wanted to turn quicker or correct my course. Having two (one on each side) also helps with stability. I have terrible balance I've learned since kayaking so using both helps a good bit. The only down side to these are the screw in things are a bit of a pain, I would prefer a snap in or something a little easier to put on and take off.
I used painters tape to mark the alignment, I applied contact cement on the kayak and on the base. I waited 15min (per instructions of the contact cement) and pressed the base to the hull. Very secure hold.
Very happy with it and I didn't have to drill the bottom of the kayak.
The downside is it can get hung up in shallow water or pickup seaweed but just use little common sense. If you know you’ll be in shallow water, the skeg can be removed.
To install, I used six marine rivets and marine grade sealant/adhesive.