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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-03-2014, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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Black Walnut Canoe Yoke
Used a Bosch Colt, with a round over bit of unknown size, but stock is 3/4"
Turned out pretty well
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Cor . Lovely bit of wood and nice work . I have done those out of Ash in the past.


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That is a really nice piece. Thanks for sharing it.
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Looks very nice.
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Looks good Rodger, where do you use that in the garage,back of the pick-up truck?

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Looks good Rodger, where do you use that in the garage,back of the pick-up truck?

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The yoke fits between the gunwhales of the canoe ,at point of balance to enable one person to carry the inverted canoe .......


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Shows what I know about canoeing. I like black walnut and it works so nice too.

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That's fine , Herb , you know plenty about other stuff ; as I mentioned to the OP , I used to make these out of Ash here in UK.



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after a few coats of varnish
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Is a yoke the same thing as a portage bar?

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