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Product DescriptionDockmate Complete Dock and Boat Protection System
The next time your boat comes into your slip or alongside your dock during adverse conditions, or perhaps with a less experienced hand at the helm, you'll be glad you have the advantage of Dockmate Profiles to protect your boat and dock. Prevent expensive damage to boat and dock and protect your hull against unsightly scratches and hard-to-remove scuff marks with Dockmate Profiles. Dockmate Profiles are constructed of flexible, marine-grade PVC which will not chip or crack from temperature extremes and are unaffected by oil, gas, or saltwater. UV inhibitors prevent yellowing and deterioration from sunlight to help maintain a clean, professional appearance. This heavy-duty profile has a full backing for strength and lasting endurance. Mounting screws sold separately.
The Small "p" Profile is perfect for small to midsize boats and PWCs and easily mounts to the top edge of your dock.
• 2-1/2"H x 1-1/2"D
• Non-kinking 16' roll
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Q:How do you handle corners? Does the product bend around the corner or do you have to use a corner piece?Asked on 6/20/2012 by Bob M from Washington
A:You can hang a piece off the corner and then run another piece into it on the other side to make the corner.Answered on 10/2/2012 by Justin from Overton's
Q:Could this product be used to pad the boat bunks. I have a dock in a rough part of the lake and would like to cushion the boat lift bunks when hitting the bottom of the boat. They would need to handle the boat resting on them ....Asked on 6/4/2009 by Steve from Woodlands, Texas
A:I have seen this type of product used on PWC lift applications but not on boat lifts. You should be able to use it and the only issue I see is that they may be "stickier" than carpeted bunks therefore more friction when leaving or entering the lift. May just need to lower the lift further down if this is the case.Answered on 6/5/2009 by Michael from Overtons