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Mould 407

Mould 407

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The Mould 407 is the Sykes heavyweight men's coxed four. The boat has more traditional lines for heavyweight crews, making it a slightly more roll-stable boat with excellent trim. It is a genuine heavyweight men's boat, however it has been rowed successfully by some larger schoolboy crews. The original Mould 407 famously won the 1995 World Cup in Lucerne, stroked by current Rowing Australia Assistant High Performance Director, Jaime Fernandez, and coxed by Brett 'Pepe' Hayman.

For further information on this mould or Sykes' other boats, please contact us.

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Spectra Steering System

Spectra is a Kevlar-based product that is corrosion-proof and easy to use. Compared to the stainless steel wiring mechanism, the spectra system is lighter, more durable, corrosion proof and it does not stretch. A great innovation by Sykes.

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Dual Locking Backarm

The new sliding adjustable type back arms have a dual locking system. The 6mm bolt locks the backarm in place via an internal nut. The large ribbed plastic locknut is then tightened against the end of the back arm tube. This gives secondary support and ensures the force is well supported. The adjustment range is 70mm which easily allows for span changes on the rigger.

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Pin Block Measuring Tapes

All Sykes boats come with span/spread measuring tapes applied on the pin block below each oarlock pin.

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Waterbottle Holder

In the stern-end bulkhead under each seat deck a, is a standard bicycle-sized water bottle holder. Whilst fitted as a standard feature, they add approx. 900grm to the total weight of the hull.

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