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Old 05-30-2007, 03:23 PM
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I need to call upon the power of the board!

I would like to include fender holders, similar to the one in the attached picture, in my restoration project. Does anyone recognize this piece, and know where to get it ?

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Old 05-30-2007, 03:30 PM
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i have no idea but thats sweet! if you find out please let me know!!
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Old 05-30-2007, 03:34 PM
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I need to call upon the power of the board!

I would like to include fender holders, similar to the one in the attached picture, in my restoration project. Does anyone recognize this piece, and know where to get it ?

Thanks in advance.
Probably made in house by the boat builder....I am thinking DCB makes them for theeir boats as well as some of the other high end rides....

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I need to call upon the power of the board!

I would like to include fender holders, similar to the one in the attached picture, in my restoration project. Does anyone recognize this piece, and know where to get it ?

Thanks in advance.
Is that inside the Adrenaline boat?
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Old 05-30-2007, 05:27 PM
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Is that inside the Adrenaline boat?
Unfortunatlely, I saved the picture in my restoration folder but did not make note of where the picture came from. I am hoping that someone on the board recognizes the holder.

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I need to call upon the power of the board!

I would like to include fender holders, similar to the one in the attached picture, in my restoration project. Does anyone recognize this piece, and know where to get it ?

Thanks in advance.
That's probably the nicest one I've seen.. I can't believe the price of the fender holders.

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Probably made in house by the boat builder....I am thinking DCB makes them for theeir boats as well as some of the other high end rides....

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It looks like an Outerlimits bilge. All the fenders have pins in them and OL is really the only vee that uses pin cleats. Im guessing a 39 OL with 525's.
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Why not use 9" pvc?
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Here's the boat that pic was from.
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