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Product DescriptionGreat for bass boats, runabouts, and ski boats, these fenders provide outstanding protection for gunwales and hulls. Constructed with a 3-layer marine vinyl cover; high-impact, closed-cell foam; and heavy-duty grommets so it stays attached. Can be attached with fender line or suction cups (both sold separately). This hinged fender measures 24"W x 6"W x 2-1/2"D.
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Q:What is the length of the upper gunwale section above the hinge on the 24 and 30 in units?Asked on 5/31/2010 by larson 10 from Buffalo,NY
Q:How do you attach these to the boat? We have a 18 foot Crestliner Rampage.There are no tubular rails on the boatAsked on 5/12/2009 by Ken from Monterey Ca.
A:We decided to add grommets to this product to make mounting options easier and more universal. You can use the grommets to run line through and hang the fender from a cleat if you don't have railing to attach it to.Answered on 5/27/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
A:Use the suction cup hangers with a length of dock line or some styles have straps already attachedAnswered on 11/2/2009 by SKEETER from Santa Clarita, Ca
Q:How does this product attach to the boat.Asked on 5/12/2009 by Beau from Dothan, AL
A:We decided to add grommets to this product to make mounting options easier and more universal. You can use the grommets to run line through and hang the fender from a rail or cleat.Answered on 5/27/2009 by Ryan from Overtons