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Harmony Keepers Foot Brace Kit
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Rating Stars   Customer Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (20 Reviews)

The Keepers Foot Brace Kit is the most commonly used footbrace in the world. These OEM replacement footbraces are lightweight and easy to adjust. 15" overall length tracks use universal mounting hole pattern. Installation hardware included.

Kit includes one complete pair
Hardware included
Item#: 261
Part Number UPC
8023039 0729282032997
Reviewer: Scott in Michigan Rating: 5 Date: 08/17/2014
Review: Ordered the Harmony Keepers Foot Brace Kit for my wife's Old Town Otter. Great price, easy web site, fast service. Very easy 10-15 minute installation. I will use these people for my next kayak/paddling needs.

Reviewer: David Rating: 5 Date: 06/12/2014
Review: These have given me many solid years of service in my Pygmy Coho sea kayak. So when I was looking for foot braces to install in my Discovery 119 solo canoe, I turned to these again. I've been very pleased, they are simple and durable. I would recommend them.

Reviewer: c Roberts Rating: 2 Date: 06/17/2013
Review: This item is not an original match to the one installed on the wilderness Systems ride 115 kayaks and talking to staff at Harmony is like talking to a refrigerator to get them to understand the issue. Had to go buy the correct stainless steel hardware to correctly reinstall the footbrace kit onto my Ride 115.

Reviewer: Tom Rating: 4 Date: 04/11/2013
Review: The keepers foot braces are a pretty decent product , but for my use , they had one problem. I bought them to replace the footbraces on an older WS Tarpon 120 . While they look similar to the original WS ones , and use exactly the same bolt pattern , they won't work for this unless you modify the pegs . The Keepers pegs have these "fins" (I don't know what else to call them) that stick out on either side , next to the part that slides along the rails . They don't serve to strengthen the pegs , or any other function that I can determine . Anyway , with the rails installed in the original WS position , these "fins" hit the hull , at the bottom of the recess that the rail fits in , and the rail won't sit low enough to match up the bolt holes . The answer is to grind or cut off the fin . It can be done with a Dremel tool or a very fine handsaw . Once this is done , the rail fits perfectly in the original WS position , and Bob's-yer-Uncle :~) Make sure you cut off the needed fins , so the pegs are a mirror image of each other - Only the lower fin on each peg needs cutting . Put a peg on a rail and place it in position on the boat , and it becomes obvious . Good luck .

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