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Product DescriptionThe unique dual hook system of the Toon Fender lets it stay where you put it. No straps to weave through the fencing. Adjustable hooks on top and bottom allow the fender to attach to various deck or rail styles. You can position this versatile fender high or low to protect the rails, the pontoons, or both. A block of 6" x 6" foam with hook-and-loop attachment provides up to 15" of vertical adjustment for additional protection. Aluminum hook "stops" prevent the fender from sliding on the rub rail. Made of molded PVC. Measures 6"W x 36"H. Fits up to a 1-1/4" rail.
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Q:Will these fit the bottom rail with the heavy duty rubber rub rail that is going to stick out fartherAsked on 7/18/2012 by boris from mosinee, wi
Q:how do these attach to the top railing? Strap?Asked on 8/8/2009 by mpk from st. louis
A:hook-and-loop attachment is also adjustable for additional protection. Aluminum hook "stops" the fender from sliding on the rub railAnswered on 9/21/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:We have a pontoon boat and 2 jet skiis...we anchor the boat and get on and off the jet skiis. We have dented the toons from hitting them with the jet skiis. Will this be low enough to work as a bumper on the toon....3 or 4 of them down the side of the boat to protect the toon??? Also, do you have any suggestions to keep the skiis with the boat while not in use and everyone on the boat. We've tried ropes but not very successfully.Asked on 6/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:I don't think this will provide protection low enough on the toons given where the jet ski rub rail will hit. Please see item 87206 which is designed to protect the toons. You can also try item 87168 and tie it off to the pontoon railing so it hangs down to the water level.
If you use 87168 you could possible tie one ski off on each side of the boat and let them rest against the rafting fenders.Answered on 6/24/2009 by Michael from Overtons
Q:is this price per pair or each?Asked on 5/12/2009 by Dale from Wausau WI
A:Sold individuallyAnswered on 5/27/2009 by Ryan from Overtons