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Old 09-09-2016, 12:59 PM   #1
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fender holders

Hi, need fender holders for 6, 10"x25" fenders. My stanchions are 1.25" diam. I can only find 1 co. that makes hardware for that size and I would have to buy 6 individual holders. I have a wooden horizontal rail at the top and not a tube. Any suggestions? I would like to get 2 units that hold 3 fenders each. thanks.
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Ah, fender racks.

West Marine have these:

Triple Rack for Fenders 9"-11"dia. 13506886 1867STN
In stock online.
$182.99

Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Taylor-Made-P...ds=fender+rack
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Have wood rail on top. Will not fit hardware, thanks.
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for 1" tubing, mine is 1.25" and top rail is wood. thanks
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This is a better photo - I think these fit to the stanchion not the top rail?

https://www.amazon.com/Windline-FND-...RQK040ZRK1X2CB
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This is a better photo - I think these fit to the stanchion not the top rail?

https://www.amazon.com/Windline-FND-...RQK040ZRK1X2CB
Thanks, but my tubing is 1.25", this one only takes 1". Thankyou.
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Jaysus. Get yourself a dock box, put it on the swim platform and chuck them in there already!
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Below are some pictures of a mock up I did to see about carrying them under the wooden handrail. the wood seen here is a 2"x4" in my shed. It works fine but they do tend to rock, not a big problem, one that could be solved by tying them a bit tighter. The cost, a few SS screw hooks and nylon cord.
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Another alternative sitting on top of the gunnel, a hitch on to a stanchion on each end of the fender these are 1.25" stanchions, this works quite well!
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Steve, would you clean those damn fenders already!
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Seadog makes a mount to use on 1-1/4" tubing. You might be able to use it to mount the fender holders.
Sea-Dog : Quality Marine, Industrial and Rigging Hardware

If you can't find them, I can probably get them for you.
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Here is another way to go.
MarQuipt ... A Reputation for Quality,*Service, and Reliability

I used to sell a lot of these. They are really high quality. You can mount one to a stanchion or mount horizontal tubes between stanchions and mount the rings to the horizontal tubes.
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Small thread drift, but a badly needed drift!
This is the hot ticket for cleaning fenders Marinestrip-Home
It works like acetone but doesn't remove the plasticizers.
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Or buy black fenders!
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Jaysus. Get yourself a dock box, put it on the swim platform and chuck them in there already!
Thanks ,i told my wife, she listens to other people.
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Steve, would you clean those damn fenders already!
Them's the clean ones!!
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Small thread drift, but a badly needed drift!
This is the hot ticket for cleaning fenders Marinestrip-Home
It works like acetone but doesn't remove the plasticizers.
And like magic on power cords.
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