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Quik Fender Boat Fender Securing System on 2040-parts.com

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Annapolis, Maryland, United States

Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Condition:New Type:Fender Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

QUIK FENDER DOCKS ANY BOAT IN SECONDS WITHOUT TYING KNOTS.

Just slide the fender line through the marked side, wrap the line around the mooring and weave it through the 3 fingers on the opposite side. Then, pull on the straight line to adjust fender height and slide the Quik Fender up until it touches the rail. A slight side tug secures everything in place. One pair of Quik Fenders in package.

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