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The cheap kayak I bought came with a two-piece paddle that dripped water all over my lap and ran down my arms the first time I took it ...
Here's what you'll need: pool noodle (the kind with a 1" hole in the center) masking tape large sharp knife (preferably serrated) kayak paddle
Measure off an inch or two from one end and wrap masking tape around the pool noodle as a guide for cutting. Make it nice and square as ...
Using a gentle sawing motion cut around the noodle, following the tape. Can you cut straight across? Well, yes, you can, but you're likely to get an uneven ...
Remove the tape from the noodle chunks and slide your new drip rings over the ends of the paddle shaft(s) and up to a position about 3-4 inches ...
There you have it! While you may not survive your next kayak adventure, at least you'll die with a dry lap, or at least it won't be river ...
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