Bass Pro Shops® Fender Adjuster Kit with Line

   

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3/8" X 5'

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1646406

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White

3/8" X 5'

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1646448

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Blue

3/8" X 5'

  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1646451

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  • Lets you position fenders where needed
  • Includes one strap and line  
  • Made from marine-grade components
  • Line: 3/8'' diameter x 5'
  • Ideal for use on a variety of boat styles
Position your boat fenders exactly where they're needed the most with the Bass Pro Shops Fender Adjuster Kit with Line. Not only is the Fender Adjuster Kit a great way to ensure proper fender positioning, but the Kit will also help keep your boat clutter free. Made from marine-grade components, the Fender Adjuster Kit includes one strap and one rot and mildew-resistant line that measures 3/8'' diameter x 5' long and is ideal for use on a variety of boat styles.    
Bass Pro Shops® Fender Adjuster Kit with Line 4.6 5 5 5
Works great. Easy to hang and adjust on our fishin barge. Should have bought these for our last boat. May 7, 2014
Great value Operate easily and great quality at 1/2 the price of other boat accessory vendors May 29, 2013
OK - not the greatest You need to make sure the brass roller is securely seated against the rope each time an adjustment is made. Without doing this there is a risk that you will lose your fender. May 14, 2013
OK product. Item seems to be well made. It must hang over the side of the boat in order to work correctly. Shipped on time. July 14, 2012
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Yes, easily conforms to pontoon rails
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Should work if rail is not too big for loop to wrap around.
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yes, very well actually.
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Works on many of different style of boats and rails.
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 - springfield, mo
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