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Davis 2-Section Adjustable Boat Hook - Adjusts 53" to 8'

Davis 2-Section Adjustable Boat Hook - Adjusts 53" to 8'
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2-Section Adjustable Boat Hook - Adjusts 53" to 8'

Adjusts from 53" to 8' (140 to 240cm) 2 sections: 1" and 11/8" (25 and 29mm) tube diameter

The Most Dependable Twist Lock and Strongest Boat Hook End

A tough boat hook is a valuable asset when launching, docking, mooring or retrieving your favorite hat. The threaded end accepts a deck brush, mop, squeegee and other accessories. A highly visible, soft vinyl orange tip covers the threads and protects the boat's finish when fending off. All Team boat hooks float. The hook of unbreakable Lexan® is lighter than (brittle) metal alloy ends. Durability GUARANTEED to last a lifetime. Don't settle for less!

Features:
  • Extra Thick Neck and Body for added durability
  • Ribbed Hook and unbreakable Lexan® tougher by design
  • Curved Head for fending off stanchions and lines
  • 3/4" (19mm) Acme Thread accepts brushes, mops, etc
  • Hole Molded in Tip for securing hook or attaching small line for use with tarps or awnings
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Davis 2-Section Adjustable Boat Hook - Adjusts 53" to 8' 4122 DAVIS 2 SECTION ADJUSTABLE BOAT HOOK ADJUSTS 53" TO 8'
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