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Product DescriptionDesigned for the ultimate in protection, this patented fender guards both the fence and the pontoon. Great for use around floating docks or personal watercraft. Just lock the guard in place with the molded hook and strap, then push down on the fender to protect the pontoon. For navigation, pull up the elastic band and secure the fender in place. Constructed with a UV-resistant polyethylene outer shell and a soft PVC inner core that absorbs impact. Comes ready for quick installation on rails up to 1-1/4". No assembly required. 7"W x 6"D x 36"H in the up position; 49"H in the down position.
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Q:It appears that you would have to take these off to snap your boat cover on at the dock ? Is this correct ? If not, then how do snap the cover on with the device in place ? I want to use these at the dock only since we have our boat docked on a lake that has varying lake levels and non-floating docks so when the lake levels are down over a couple weeks and you do not have time to check, regular fenders can come out of place and cause damage. I have been lucky until last week when we had bad storms when the lake level was down and had some damage to the front side when the fender did not work properly. Hoping this would be my answer !!Asked on 9/3/2012 by Rick
A:All of our covers are rated for a width of 102" so if your pontoon boat is only 8 feet wide, which is common, then you could use these under your cover because the cover has some extra room. I do not know anything about your specific equipment so you will need to check that and consider that.Answered on 12/14/2012 by Justin M. from Overton's
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