Dockmate Tuff Shield II Fender Package
Premium protection for 20' to 25' boat
Four 6-1/2" x 22" Tuff Shield II Fenders
Four Dockmate 5' Fender Lines (two 2-packs)
23" x 30" mesh gear bag
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• Four 6-1/2" x 22" Tuff Shield II Fenders - Constructed of heavy-duty marine-grade vinyl. High-gloss finish and double-molded white ends add toughness. Full length ribbed sides minimize roll and provide protection against the toughest abuse. A rubber valve provides easy inflation without requiring an extra adapter. 3/4" eye diameter.
• Four Dockmate 5' Fender Lines (two packs of 2) - Built-in loop eliminates knot tying and makes tie-up and adjustment easy. The solid braid kink-free 3/8" line will float. 900-lb. tensile strength.
• Mesh Gear Bag - 23" x 30".
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Q:This item states that I will receive 4 fenders and 4 lines.
When I placed this in my basket it only showed 2 lines. Does it come with 4 lines or 2?Asked on 2/1/2010 by Allen from Joplin, MO
A:This item comes with four lines.Answered on 2/5/2010 by Jordan from Tech
A:I had the same question. When I received my shipment, there were two lines in each package as promised when I called customer support. The shipping information is confusing, but you get what was advertised.Answered on 4/22/2010 by Papa Smurf from Lake Anna, VA
Q:Are these appropriate for a 32' Wellcraft Power Boat?Asked on 10/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:They should work out fine for you. the biggest thing is making sure you use enough of them.Answered on 10/28/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:how do the fenders work on ski boats?Asked on 7/5/2009 by brent
A:These are recommended for boats 20-25ft. As far as how they work, they are tied off with fender lines and attached to fender holders or cleats. If you are interested in a package deal, you many want to consider item 80070 which is recommended for boats 15-25ftAnswered on 7/10/2009 by Ryan from Overtons