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Dock Cleats Galvanized Iron Open Base Customer Questions and Answers

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Can I use these as dresser drawer pulls?

Asked on 06/15/2016 by Amber Orm

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Sure. Neat idea!!!

Answered on 06/16/2016 by GENE ALBRIGHT
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They would work great. I am using them as coat/backpack hangers. I used some larger ones as a towel bar in a bathroom I did. Rinse with vinegar then water, dry , prime and you can spray paint them any color you want, or just use the way they are

Answered on 06/16/2016 by TONY SWANGLER

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Do they come in more of a brown hue? Or, would they spray paint well? Thanks, Amber

Answered on 06/16/2016 by Amber Orm

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Sure, but kind of clunky. May have to grind or file mating surface smooth so it fits the drawer surface nicely..

Answered on 06/15/2016 by RONALD DENZEL

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Absolutely! That is what I used them for in my Kitchen

Answered on 06/16/2016 by GARRET HENSHAW

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They could be used for drawer pulls if you are shooting for a very raw, industrial look.

Answered on 06/15/2016 by Michael Smith

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Thank you for all of your great answers!

Answered on 06/16/2016 by Amber Orm

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Yes, I used these as pulls on a dresser and they look great.

Answered on 06/15/2016 by BEN JUSTUS

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Yes - I used them on bathroom cabinets and they're great

Answered on 06/15/2016 by m b
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this appears to be black in color. Is that an accurate picture?

Asked on 01/17/2017 by Paula Prior

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No, they're metallic. Standard galvanized metal color. Even 3 1/2 years later.

Answered on 01/17/2017 by Michael Grunwell
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No

Answered on 01/17/2017 by JOHN TOTO

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No. It is a galvanized silver color with a dull finish.

Answered on 01/17/2017 by GREG GUERRA

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No it is galvanized which is a silver color. They are my cabinet pulls.

Answered on 01/17/2017 by Marie Michalowski

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Mine were not black, they're galvanized color.

Answered on 01/17/2017 by CHRIS FLANIGAN
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how do you remove a dock cleat that is installed into wood with hex lag bolts? Thanks

Asked on 05/07/2016 by Undisclosed

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Machine shops use a tool (easy out?)to remove broken bolts that looks like a tapered spiral drill. Not sure if name is right but you must drill a hole down the center of the bolt then insert the easy out in the hole and turn. Trick is, the easy out is tapered and the spirals go in the opposite direction of a normal thread so.. when you tighten the easy out turning counter-clockwise it should loosen the bolt. Easy outs come in all sizes and any good tool supply shop should be able to help you find the right size. Not very expensive either. Good luck!

Answered on 05/08/2016 by RONALD DENZEL
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With a socket wrench. Although you may need an extension to get into the cleat.

Answered on 05/07/2016 by Tony H Tony H

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You should be be able to just unscrew the lag bolts. Is there something else you are planning to do after removing the cleats?

Answered on 05/07/2016 by JAMES DOTSON
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How heavy?

Asked on 06/09/2013 by Undisclosed

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I weighted this cleat on a digital scale and it weighted 3.65 ozs.

Answered on 06/24/2013 by SCOTT GELL
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The weight of the 4 inch cleats is 3.65 ozs.

Answered on 06/24/2013 by SCOTT GELL

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Not sure of the actual weight, but substantial enough to secure pontoon boats during pretty strong winds. Hope that helps.

Answered on 06/20/2013 by JAMES GATES
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Same question -- are they made in China? I don't have a lot of faith in products from there -- who knows what quality of metal the zinc is covering up?

Asked on 02/27/2013 by Undisclosed

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"No" The word "China" isn't cast on the cleats but, a "Made in China" sticker that's easy to remove is on the bottom of these cleats.

Answered on 06/24/2013 by SCOTT GELL
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is the word "China" cast on them?

Answered on 03/10/2013 by m b

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Unfortunately they are manufactured in China. Thank you.

Answered on 02/28/2013 by Kerry Souza
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How strong is a six inch cleat with regards to shear or breakage with galvanized fastners?

Asked on 08/01/2012 by Undisclosed

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I am unable to answer your question because I used them as decorative hardware on some large bunk bed drawers!

Answered on 08/01/2012 by KELLY HAMILTON
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Hi Robin & Kelly! I am going to use these cleats in our lake house for bathroom hardware in a nautical theme bath. Using an old oar on the wall and cleats will be the towel hooks, (thinking I'll get the 8" cleats, turn them horizontally and use it to hang two towels; one on either end of the cleat) on the back of the door as robe hooks and on the cabinet as pull knobs. Did you ladies paint the cleats? What size did you use on the kitchen cabinets and drawers? I really appreciate your help and any tips you may have for me. Thanks so much for your time! ~Laurie

Answered on 03/21/2013 by L A Johnson

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I am sorry I am unable to answer your question. I bought many cleats to be used at kitchen cabinet knobs in a beach house! Hopefully another customer will be able to answer your question! Robin Robertson

Answered on 08/01/2012 by ROBIN ROBERTSON
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I cannot bolt the 10" cleats on the dock will long 3/8" lag screws work?

Asked on 09/14/2011 by Dennis Hobbs

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I only used bolts with the cleats so I can't give you any insight. I did use lags on putting together parts of the dock and they seem to hold well. I'm on a lake in northern Adirondack Park and am subject to a fair amount of boat traffic and deep freezing

Answered on 09/17/2011 by DAVID BIRNBAUM
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You can't use lag screws because the bolt heads are recessed into the cleat. They must be throughbolted.

Answered on 09/15/2011 by CRAIG IRWIN

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Hi Dennis, The cleats I used were smaller sized. Mine had a hex shaped recess designed to hold a bolt head captive for through bolting from the bottom. A Lag with a washer from the top could work, but will offer less holding. Hope this helps, Dan

Answered on 09/14/2011 by DANIEL SESLAR
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What is the height of the 6-inch cleat at the mounting holes? (I'm trying to figure out the length of the bolts I need to buy.)

Asked on 08/27/2018 by Jim from NJ

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6" CLEAT HEIGHT IS 1"

Answered on 08/28/2018 by JD Tech Team
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Distance from base of cleat to top of hole is 3 1/2 inches.

Answered on 08/27/2018 by wegeman07
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what is the height of the cleat

Asked on 03/12/2018 by stumpjumper from westlake,la

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It depends on the desired cleat size, the bigger the cleat size, the higher the height.

Answered on 05/23/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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5 inches at the ends (highest point) Sent from my iPhone

Answered on 03/12/2018 by wegeman07
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I am looking at the 8" cleat. Would a 5/16" hex head bolt work on this. The image shows a hex head but the specs call for a round head?

Asked on 06/27/2015 by TIMOTHY CLARK

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Yes the hex head bot works and the head seats flush

Answered on 06/28/2015 by STEVEN RINGER
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thanks

Answered on 06/28/2015 by TIMOTHY CLARK
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