SeaSense™ Bimini Top Accessories - Round 3/4'' Inside Eye End

   

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3/4"

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3/4"

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Replace your worn-out bimini top fittings with heavy-duty, black nylon inside eye ends. Eye ends fit inside 3/4" diameter round tubing. 1 pack.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bimini top parts This was just what I needed, works as advertised, glad I found it here ! July 4, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by stated size is right/but wrong It will push all the way into your 3/4" Inside Diameter pole without stopping . It should state it fits a 3/4" outside diameter pole which has a 5/8" inside diameter. Yeah you could "shim" and use a screw or bolt/nut to "make it work" but it's a $2.69 part that won't match the others after modifications. BPS doesn't stock a 7/8 " inside eye end that I need to fit inside my 3/4" inside diameter pole. June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exactly what i wanted This was exactly what i needed for a repair to my bimini cover June 1, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bimini Eye This item may well function fine, but it is mislabeled. "Round 3/4" Inside Eye End" - makes you think this fits a tube which has 3/4" inside diameter - WRONG!! This product has a 5/8" outside diameter and will fit INSIDE a tube which has a 3/4" OUTSIDE DIAMETER. I am not returning this item and will modify it to make it work. The return shipping cost is too high compared with the product value for me to bother sending it back. I did call customer service and they assured me that I was not shipped an incorrect product. May 8, 2012
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Can grab enough of remaining piece to spin but will not pull out.
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Gun/cordless drill, put a drywall screw into the end, then use a prybar or claw hammer to pull it out. WD-40 mite help too...
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I drilled through the crimp point and ran a bolt throught the replacement.
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you can iether cut the tube right above the crimp with a tube cutter or just take a small drill and drill a hole just larger than the crimp mark and pull the broken part out , thats how i got mine out
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While it is still held by its set screw drill into it, use a self tap screw then pull it out.
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For technical assistance, please contact the manufacturer that makes this product.
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