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PVC 2085/6T
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53mm base

PVC Boat D Fender

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53mm base flexible PVC D Fender designed to provide protection to boats and other marine areas.

Manufactured in a UV stabilised, phthalate free, and 100% recyclable compound, our products are as kind to the environment as possible whilst delivering excellent in use performance.

Our non-marking PVC material provides the perfect alternative to rubber D fendering which is prone to leaching its colour on both your own boat as well as those around you.

Base size: 53mm

Material: PVC - UK manufacture

Please note:  This is a complete PVC boat fendering system supplied in two parts consisting of PVC 2085 (track) and PVC 2086 (body).

The track is first fitted all the way around the side of the boat by use of screws.

Heat is then applied to the body (carefully via hot air gun or through soaking in warm water), the body is then bent back on itself allowing the gap in the profile to open.

The body is then clipped into place over the track (light use of a hammer can be applied to help obtain a secure fit).


This product is in our Factory Finish - a plain extrusion ready to be hand sanded in order to achieve the desired woodgrain effect. To achieve this we recommend using a 40 grit sandpaper.

Technical Datasheets

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View FileFitting & Sanding Guide: Traditional Range    Size: (507.12 KB)
View FileEU Warranty - April 2008    Size: (247.25 KB)
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Product Questions

Is it not possible to provide caps which match/blend with the finish of the PVC 2085/6T profile?

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I want to install this down the hull and across the transom.. The transom has only a modest radius at the corner. What is the minimum bend radius that can be achieved in one piece?
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Hello,

Can you supply this pre sanded. I am hoping to use this on a 36 foot boat. That would be a lot of hand sanding!

Thanks
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how is the heat applied to fit the top fender, would a hand held heat gun do the job or is this type of fender not suitable for the DIY sailor/owner to fit? I am looking to replace all the wood fender on a 30 foot glass fibre boat.
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