$4.95

   Price is for one rod clip. One  rivet and washer is included with each clip.These will replace any Long Haul or Klepper rod clip if yours are damaged or need replacement. If you have a 60's vintage Klepper with the blue rod clips you can cut them off and upgrade to the newer style and make assembling  your kayak much easier.  You will need 2 per rib. Price shown is for one clip set. Fits Klepper Master and Passat also.

  

IMPORTANT ! PLEASE NOTE:  The new rod clip "Jaw" needs to be stretched by placing each clip over a rod and twisting. It is best to do this after installing them on your ribs and before kayak assembly.

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 Directions:

  Break off old rubber clips & cut out old rivet. To set new rivet you will need a ball peen hammer to strike the stem and an small anvil or firm metal surface to brace the head of rivet ~ see 4th photo.

  • Please note the new clips will have to be stretched after fastening to rib and before kayak assembly.

 

  Or send us your ribs and we will do it for $125. ~ Includes up to 7 ribs and return domestic shipping back to you. Just check options box below. Turn around time 1- 2 weeks depending on our schedule. I will email you on where ship to us after you place the order.

Save $5 on a full clip set of 14 if you are fixing a tandem kayak. Price includes domestic shipping.

Current Stock:
Weight:
0.02 LBS
Width:
3.00 (in)
Height:
3.00 (in)
Depth:
3.00 (in)
Rod Clip Installation *

Bulk Pricing Available

  • Buy 14 - 49 and get $0.20 off
  • Buy 50 or above and get $0.25 off

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Folding kayak rod clip

John Merz on 18th Aug 2019

I believe the plastic rod clips are a great improvement over the broken what appears to be rubber original ones. Removal of the old clips and installation of the new ones was very easy. I thought forcing the rods into the new clips and wiggling was hard work and kind of rough on the wooden boat parts so I did something different. I put hot water in a shallow tub/bucket and let the clip sit in the water for a couple of minutes then pushed the rod into the clip. I then let this sit for a day to adapt. Obviously this makes the project last a couple of days but I think its easier on the installer and the boat parts. Yesterday I assembled the Klepper with the new clips and the rods all clicked in very positively with not a lot of muscle needed. This made boat assembly much easier then my old broken clips. I highly recommend this product.