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Looking for a cleat to tie up boats up to 36’ on are private dock. It has a cement surface and is in Lake Michigan so it needs to be heavy duty. Looking for galvanized, need 12. Which one would you recommend?
Submitted by: Jim
I suggest using a cleat with a bigger fastener. Such as a 3/4".
question about Cleats
Do you know if there is a pop-up towing bollard with a 25,000# rating?
My boss is trying to figure out if one exists at this rating.
Naval Surface Warfare System
Submitted by: elena
I have never heard of a production bollard meeting those requirements with that spec.
Anything could be custom made.
What dock cleat to tie a 45 feet power boat?
What do you recommend as far as size to tie a 45 feet power boat. we have space for 2 cleats at the dock. I am looking for a contemporary-looking cleat.
Submitted by: Dani
Depending on where you are tying up you should have 3 approximately 10-12 inch cleats, the middle used as a spring line. The type is up to you but we have a variety of Cleats available.
Do you have cleats like those installed on Glastron Boats?
I am looking for a chrome cleat for an ’81 glastron. It measures 5 1/2 inches has 4 holes on its base and its a closed base. I think its called a Streamline cleat but I am not sure. Do you carry them? Any help would be appreciated.
Submitted by: al
We carry the Perko Streamline Cleat but the longest one available is 4". It is possible Perko used to make a 5-1/2", but they are not making them now. We have several other closed base Deck & Dock Cleats close the dimensions you have specified.