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Product DescriptionThis smooth-rolling wheel offers substantial dock cushioning and features molded-in valves to adjust the level of firmness. Heavy-duty, hot-dipped galvanized hardware mounts securely to the dock. A large 2" dia. axle housing provides maximum strength. Mounting hardware not included.
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Q:is there any difference between the dockmate and taylor made dock wheels? dockmate seems to be approx 50 cheaper. is there a reason for this price difference? any difference in construction? thanks , John KaraskaAsked on 5/4/2011 by jpkar from cape may, nj
Q:what is the difference between Taylor made and Dockmate? Taylor Made says "Dock Pro" and is slightly more expensive. Is there a difference?? thanks. JohnAsked on 4/28/2011 by Anonymous from Cape May, NJ
Q:Can I mount this product on the side rails of my boat lift to help guide me into the boat lift? My Lift is located on rough waters and I keep scratching my boat when I come into the lift.Asked on 4/4/2011 by Jim from Indianapolis, IN
A:Couldn't say for sure, but I have a pair mounted on the entrance to my slip and they save me a lot of scraping as I back in with my 35 foot cruiser on windy days! My marina mounted them for me with brackets that they have especially designed for their docking structure. However, they come with their own brackets that should work in a wide variety of applications.
Make certain that you get the larger size as they work best!Answered on 6/9/2011 by Clarke123 from Atlanta, Georgia
Q:What is the main purpose of this wheel? Would this help to dock the boat? We have Pontoon boat that is 24 foot long. Will this help to get it in the Dock?Asked on 5/12/2010 by Richonline
A:Certianly will help keep the pontoon boat guided, but your dock must be at a height where the inflatable wheel will engage with the pontoon structure. Measure where your pontoons would contact the dock and if it is below the top of your dock, then these will probably not work or you need to go with a bigger size. These are best when the water levels are consistent or installed on a floating dock. I have a pair and they allow me to guide my sailboat into the slip when solo sailing without marring the hullAnswered on 6/20/2010 by Kevin on LKN from Mooresville, NC
Q:The ad says mounting hardware not included. Does this mean screws are not, but the bracket is?Asked on 10/5/2009 by Anonymous
A:Mounting hardware is always screws.Answered on 10/7/2009 by Overton's from Technician
A:Mine came complete with lag screws and the bracket, but I needed to purchase longer lags for my dock application.Answered on 5/3/2010 by CATDJP from Neshaminy PA
Q:Can I just buy the replacement wheel?Asked on 8/25/2009 by mike from long island NY
A:no, we can only sell the wheel with the bracket from stock. We may be able to special order it that way if taylormade allows us to. Please call our tech department to request them to research that for you. 888-683-7866Answered on 9/3/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTONS TECHNICIAN
Q:I have a post in the way which precludes using corner mounting hardware. Can I get mounting hardware that is straight, so that I can mount the wheel just inside the corner post?Asked on 5/24/2009 by Cliff from Titus, AL
A:Cliff - We do not currently offer the straight mount version but the manufacturer does make it. The manufacturer for the straight version is Taylormade and the part numbers are;
Please call 1-800-334-6541 and ask to speak to someone that can help you special order this version.Answered on 5/26/2009 by Michael from Overtons