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

   

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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 5 out of 5 by Bimi hardware Yes, it was just what I wanted and fast economic shipping...I had looked for this hardware for a period of time and Bass Pro had what I needed and very responsive with my requests August 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 Good product No one problem with the product , thanks for your service June 4, 2010
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Can grab enough of remaining piece to spin but will not pull out.
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With a screw
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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