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Q:Can these be mounted to my dock so that I do not have to use my other fenders. ThanksAsked on 7/6/2009 by Anonymous
A:You can, but not sure how well it would work for you. These are designed for use with fender line. I would recommend our dock fenders (item 73613) which are the same price and should work better for what you are trying to do.Answered on 7/10/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
Q:I have a 21' runabout for which I need fenders and lines. I have seen and used the Taylor Made (or similar design) low freeboard fenders and they seem to work well. These as well as the Dockmate ones get good reveiws. My qeustion regarding all of them is, what is the "inflatable" all about? I have had fenders in the past that were sealed and non-inflatable. Once they are inflated, do they stay inflated? How does one inflate them; using a pump like for bicycle tires and balls?
THANKS for your help with this. -leoAsked on 5/27/2009 by leo from birmingham, al
A:Leo - The fenders have a small inflation valve like any of your sports balls (soccer, football, basketball). You can inflate them with a standard sports needle and any type of pump. The inflation allows you to adjust the amount of cushion the fender provides and adjust the pressure over time. They do stay inflated but like anything that is exposed to varying temperatures the pressure will need to be adjusted periodically.Answered on 5/28/2009 by Michael from Overtons
A:Inflate or deflate with a needle as you would a basketball.Answered on 6/9/2009 by too many boats from Canton Ohio