P-Profile Dock Bumper

SKU
260-2894-CP
$5.00
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We’ve all heard it — that ugly, scraping crunch as your baby makes contact with the edge of your dock. But you don’t ever need to hear it again. Our durable, non-marring P-Series Dock Edging Bumper installs easily, protects both your boat and your dock from impacts, and even adds visual appeal.

Key Features:

  • Marine-grade PVC dock edging absorbs shocks and won’t leave marks like rubber
  • UV-stabilized for exceptional durability
  • Easy installation with #8 stainless steel wood screws and finish washers (sold separately)
  • Straight sections don’t get crushed and misshapen during shipping or need to be flattened like coiled fendering
  • Order in 5’ lengths (lower shipping cost) or 10’ lengths (lower cost per foot)
  • Available in (3) different size profiles
  • Stack lengths on top of each of other for additional coverage
  • Available in (3) colors - choose black for less visible marring, white for best visibility, or gray for a clean look
  • 8” Sample sizes available in all 3 colors
Required Tools:
Drill
#7 or #8 Phillips Flat Head Screws
Flat or Finish Washers
⅛” Drill Bit

Do a dry fit of each piece before beginning installation to determine the exact placement, alignment, and orientation of each piece. The top lip of the P-Bumper edge will install on the top of the dock. Mark your positions on the dock and edging to help guide your installation

Drill pilot holes every 6” thru the top and bottom of the bumper and the dock once placement is determined using a ⅛” drill bit. Start on one end

Using 1-1.5” long stainless-steel flat head wood screws and flat or finish washers to mount the edging to the dock

If using the Foam Corner Bumper, install the dock edges 1-1/8” off the corner of the dock to allow space for the foam corner to be installed. Fit foam corner over installed P-Bumper and fasten in indicated areas on the top and bottom of the foam corner