Down River Equipment Gunnison Raft Frame - 3 Bay LD

Size: 60"W x 66"L
Sale price$699.00


The Gunnison Series Raft Frames from Down River Equipment are pre-made to fit a variety of different boats and uses. The 3-Bay Gunnison Frame LD is a great choice for most 11-13 foot whitewater rafts. Three bays will fit a 55-75 quart cooler and a small to medium-sized dry box nicely, while leaving room for the rower to put their feet.

  • LD "Light Duty" 1.25" Frame Piping. Fits all NRS frame accessories in addition to DRE 1.25" Frame accessories.
  • Hollander Fittings secure crossbars in place, and adjust on the water with the use of an Allen wrench.
  • End pieces are attached with a pin system - this frame can be disassembled in a few easy steps for storage.
  • All DRE kick bars are adjustable-height, so they are always in the right place, whether you row from a bench, seat, or drybox.
  • Lightweight Single-Siderail design.
  • Oar Towers included - Oarlocks and Seat are sold separately!

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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