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Our heavy duty Dock Cleats are made from hot dipped galvanized iron for corrosion resistance. Rugged construction makes them perfect for docks, fishing boats and workboats.
Fasteners are sold separately.
|Item Number||Length (inches)||Fastener Size (inches)||Fastener Type|
|WC401G4||4"||#10 (3/16")||Round Head|
|WC401G5||5"||#10 (3/16")||Flat Head or Round Head|
The large open base is designed to easily handle multiple dock lines and distribute heavy loads. Most cleat sizes have recessed sockets for round head bolts.
October 9, 2017
Very good traditional cleat. Well covered with zinc. A bit ragged on the edges, as expected.
April 1, 2016
I spray painted them and mounted them to my kitchen cabinets and several other places in my house to hang coats hats dry bags and various other things I mounted one on the inside of each of my bathroom doors and the same with my bedrooms and one on each side of my front door and the side of my back door and it makes it look very nautical... And you can spray paint them any color you want and they're built very well with uniformity I built a schematic to mount them and all the holes lined up perfectly
August 16, 2015
Cleats look great on my white kitchen cabinets! Several are a bit rough, but that really doesn't get in the way of their perfect use as kitchen hardware!
September 17, 2014
I used this product on a dock to tie up vessels of less than 8,000 lbs in a bay that has a tidal rise/drop in the vicinity of 15 feet. If you are going to use this product for larger vessel I highly recommend a backing plate (distribute loading) at a minimum of 1/4" galvanized steel plate at least 8 to 12 inches wide and up to two feet long. If you use stainless a 7ga piece of the same above dimensions should be satisfactory. The product itself is a rough poor quality casting that isn't of any precision quality. But it really isn't necessary. The frustration I had was the bolt holes may have been metric as a 1/2" bolt is a sloppy fit and a 5/8" bolt would not fit. If I could have found a 9/16" galvanized bolt It may have been the ticket. (Hole had slight taper in it) It would be nice if the supplier sold this as a kit with a choice of fasteners (mostly bolt lengths). This product was not a gift nor was I compensated for these comments. JD sent this right out. I would give a 5.0 for delivery but that isn't an option in this review.
August 19, 2014
This part is cast, then coated with some type of galvanizing chemistry. It says it's fit for 1/2 inch bolts but they fit quite loosely. What can you say about a part like this it works where needed. It's not the highest quality, but it works....(MIC)
January 5, 2014
Our model Boat Club used the small cleats as the basis for hand made trophies. We tied a knot with 1/2 inch rope on the cleat and mounted it on a plaque. Good nautical results.....
June 13, 2013
We used these to tie back cords on blinds. Looked at more expesive products and decided to go with these. Not as attractive as more expensive but we still like them more than ties that came with the blinds.
March 10, 2013
I am going to use as hooks in a mud room in our summer home..They are perfect!
February 25, 2013
December 15, 2012
use as cleat
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