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Sea-Dog Open Base 316 Stainless Steel Cleats feature a sleek modern design. Commonly called horn cleats, boat cleats or dock cleats, these particular pieces are crafted of corrosion resistant stainless steel and will provide many years of service.
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Stainless Steel 316
Open Base Cleats
How wide is the base on the 4" cleat? Considering these for a Carolina Skiff J16 and the gunwale has a narrow flat area to mount cleats to.
The base measures 1-3/4" by 1" to center of the holes.
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I need the distance between the bolt holes from center to center for length and with.for the 10" SS Boat Cleat
3 5/8" distance between bolt holes.
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What is the measurements between mounting bolts....center to center on 10 in cleat?
4" ctr to ctr x 1 11/16"
Not sure about 10" cleat. The one I bought is a 6", I work on a lot of boats so it might not be one of mine, sorry I'm no help.
The cleats I bought were 6 inches. The distance between mounting bolts is 1 1/8 inches (width) and 2 1/4 inches (length). Hope that helps!
in need hole centers 2 1/4" x 1 1/2". do these match that ? thanks
The 2 1/4" matches but the hole separation on each bracket is closer to 1 3/16" than 1 1/2"
I am looking to mount these to large concrete columns on our house to hang a hammock, they would have to hold an adult between 140 and 190 pounds. Will this hold?
I would say yes, definitely... assuming you use appropriate fasteners and the concrete columns don't crumble. I ordered two of these for a skiff I built and they were WAY more than I needed. In fact, I ended up using smaller cleats for that project; but you have given me a good idea for the two 6-inch ones I still have. Now I need to look for a hammock...
Do these come with screws? If not, I would use a tap con and a 2.5" screw. The concrete and the column are large and very strong.
the cleats are strong enough. It will all depend on how strong your anchor is.
The cleat itself would hold. If your concrete screws are long enough and the quality of the concrete is sound, then it should hold.
What size screws are used with these cleats?
The cleats will hold no problem u will need 2 anchor properly
I don't know for sure, but I would look for something GUARANTEED to hold at least 400 lbs or more for any application involving suspending a person in the air. The cleats work great to secure a 20' boat, that I can attest to but I don't think the forces involved come close to what you are looking for.
the back of the package states:Do not use for overhead lifting. Do not exceed the working load limit. not intended for use as a safety device, or in any application where a failure may result in bodily injury or property damage. make appropriate selections regarding sizes, types and load limits or chains and/or fittings. checkout suncor stainless for more info
For the cleat, can you give me the spacing for the cleat screew holes:Screw hole center to screw hole center, left to rightScrew hole center to screw hole center, top to bottom.I need 6 x 10" cleats, Do you have them in stock? ThanksSimon
Sorry I cannot answer this question. The ordered product is at our summer home and we are not there to look up the needed answer.Karen
I bought a 6" cleat and he is looking for a 10" one. I would be happy to provide the dimensions by they would not be correct for the size cleat he wants.
I don't have any recognition of this purchase or product. Sorry I cannot be helpful.Karen
Work well for the purpose!
I use these on the side rail to hold the fenders,
Not Just Dock Cleats
I needed tie-downs for use with my Toyota truck. Most of the tie downs for trucks are eye-hole types, but that makes it difficult to weave rope around and they are really only good for bungy hooks. And, most are only galvanized for autos. These I mounted on each side of my front & rear chrome bumpers and they don't stick out too far and look nice too. I've already had three other guys want them!
Bob the Builder
Terrific dock cleat!
This dock cleat is great for use as a truck tie down. It's not too high or too wide so it fits perfectly on a truck rail for use with rope or rachet hook set when you need to tie down sheetrock or plywood or anything else! Looks great and much better than the galvanized truck hooks they sell, and much more reasonably priced than the expensive rail tracks they sell for pickups!