NRS Raft & IK Basic Repair Kit

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This Basic Kit contains all the items found in the NRS Pennel Orca® Raft & IK Repair Kits, except for the Pennel Orca patching material. Grab the size/color of material needed to patch your boat, toss it in with this kit and you are ready to go.
  • Repair parts are fitted in a water-resistant dry box, with a gasket-lined lid.
  • This kit is intended to give you the basics to make an emergency on-the-water repair.
  • Spare Pennel Orca material for repair jobs is available separately.
  • If you do not have an NRS Pennel Orca boat, some of the items, such as the valve parts, may not work on your boat.

This Kit Includes:
Water-resistant case
Roller Rasp
Leafield Valve Wrench
Leafield/Military Valve Adapter
Plug for Leafield PR Valve
C7 Repair Kit: Pin, Spring, Rubber Stopper
1 strip of 3" x 6" Tear-Aid Type A
2 alcohol prep pads


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