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Question Omer replacement blades

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Dbt1989

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So I picked up a set of Omer eagle ray fins, which I love. That being said, I’ve been a gear whore in every hobby and I don’t see this being any different. I was wondering if fin blades are pretty universally interchangeable, once I’m ready to level up, or if I should be looking at specific brands. The blade angle is seventeen degrees, for what it’s worth.
 

marco15499

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Apr 4, 2011
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Blades are pretty universally interchangeable. To be sure, ask the blades manufacturer for compatibility with Omer footpockets, but they fit almost every blade.
 
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