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Quik Fender Boat Fender Securing System on


Annapolis, Maryland, United States

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


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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