|09-20-2021 10:15 PM|
I attached a pic of what I'm using. I run 3 10" thick x 30" long fenders horizontally/angled (never vertical) to keep me away from every dock post & chunks of metal...90" of overly fat fenders keeping the boat pristine.
The OP said "track mount" so, maybe this is an option for some?
I've used these for years & they work well (just be careful of gunnel scratches): https://www.amazon.com/Davis-Instrum...21561567&psc=1 Using these with the boat cleats kinda sucks though
+ track mounted cleats for them: https://traxstech.com/adjustable-position-boat-cleat/
The Attwood cleats I'm using have holes that don't quite line up with Traxstech bases though:
All around most useless candidate?? THESE SUCK!! Fender lines don't hold https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
|09-15-2021 10:09 PM|
|TMF89||Yup, you just twist the knob, there's a plastic tab that keeps it "locked", you just use a bit of force to twist it past that, and they pop right off.|
|09-13-2021 08:32 AM|
Are those removable?
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|09-12-2021 06:04 AM|
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|09-10-2021 05:01 PM|
These things are fantastic (they replaced the screwdriver/button one Lund made). I have one for each fender, and also for both drift socks. Super easy to use.
|09-09-2021 08:10 PM|
I made my own version of something similar to the Lund ones using stainless T-bolts (M8 size) and some 7-star bakelite knobs that have brass inserts, plus a nylon washer to keep it from scratching the track when tightened. Bought all the stuff on e-bay, enough to make about a dozen at a cost of <$3 each. Can handle up to 3/8" rope slung over it easily. I attached a photo of the mock-up I made in my living room and the parts bags.
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