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Product DescriptionThe streamline design of these hidden cleats provides a neat clutter-free look to your deck or gunnel. The push-down mechanism quickly and easily releases and locks cleats. Positive lock mechanism eliminates rattling in open and closed positions. E-Z design is simple to install. Just drill holes and drop into place. No saw or special socket lengths are needed. Only 1/2" high in the closed position. Feature 100% 316 stainless steel construction, built-in barbed drain holes, and high-polished mirror finish.
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Q:Replacing 2 existing cleats with 4 holes for screws. What are the dimensions of the area that sits on the hull? Trying to see if that area will cover the 4 existing holes. Thanks!Asked on 6/11/2012 by Nijsant from Georgia
Q:How do they attach to the deck, the place that I want to use them I can not get to in order to put a nut on a bolt type system, it would have to be a lag screw type, can these be used thaty way?Asked on 8/7/2009 by Wayne from bellville, tx.
A:E-Z design is simple to install. Just drill holes and drop into place, You can use epoxy to fill hole and then screw the bolts down, or you can use self tapping screws.Answered on 9/21/2009 by Bryant C from Tech Department
Q:I am concerned about drilling a lot of holes. From what I see , these cleats require four holes for each cleat as opposed to the Attwood Neat cleat. Can anyone confirm this.Asked on 7/29/2009 by Ben from Sandwich, Illinois
A:you will have to drill holes for either cleat. You are correct though this cleat requires four holes where as the neat cleat only requires two holes. The holes for this cleat are smaller since there are four, and the neat cleat requires a little bit bigger holes to be drilled.Answered on 9/30/2009 by JUSTIN from OVERTON'S TECHNICIAN
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