Taylor Made Dock Pro Vinyl Dock Bumpers protect the side and top of the dock with 1-1/4" cushion above dock level. Made from the same tough marine grade vinyl as our fenders. Solid flaps attach easily to any dock. Superior cushioning protects boats and docks from each other. Color is permanently molded into the vinyl and will not transfer to the hull. Available in straight and corner mount sections.
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What is the recommended spacing between each piece?
I used them as "bump points" on corners both vertical and horizontal coming into my lift. The fact that they stick out a bit is appealing as the fit is narrow and cross wind prevents bump free landings. I can then correct and guide to the next pont without hitting wood. My posts are about 10 feet apart and I used 1 horizontal in between and of course on all horizontal corners. The vertical straight pieces are effective over the 1' tide range we have on the lower Gulf Coast. Be sure to use stainless screws in salt water. Very effective system! Jim
The corner peices simply wrap the corners. You can pivot on them when it is windy. If you are going to rub a side as you dock, then cover the intire langth of the slip to avoid contact with the dock.
I used only one bumper in the front of the well to protect the front of the boat. I'm not sure about the spacing, sorry.
Depends on size of the boat. One on each end and then one eui distant in the middle
Hi, Can you tell me the other dimensions of the straight piece as well as the weight of the piece? Thanks.
Sorry I only bought the corners and installed them. I can tell you that the corner piece was hollow inside - the reason that I know is because I had to shorten one leg of the corner and ended up putting spray foam in the space.
Thanks for the info Ken. That's what I needed. The webpage only provided length not height and width. Thanks again.
I'm not sure what you mean by the "other dimensions", but the size I bought is 36"L x 4"W x 5.5"H. The weight I'm not sure about either, but it is definitely heavy duty and a good product. I did have a problem because I used it at the front of my dock to cushion if the boat moved too far into the slip during docking. The front of the boat has a tendency to "ride up" on the bumper and strike the attachment bolt if you are moving a little fast. That's not the bumper's fault though!
Thanks for the info, Tony. Bill
High Quality, ruggedly built
These are the heavy duty, commercial grade corner bumpers. Get Em'.
TGM Anchor Point Marina Stamford, Ct.
Easy to install, looks great
Very easy to install, looks great on the dock.
Little Rock, AR
Not only for use on Docks
I modified the nose of my dinghy to accept this as an attached bumper and it works great. Looks good too!