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Rubber End Cap, 3-1/2"

Item # 71193
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Key Features

  • Black molded rubber

  • Nonmarring

  • Strong yet incredibly soft

  • 3-1/2" long

  • 5/8" hole


Our Price   $7.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
smith Heavy-duty, black, molded rubber end caps provide years of worry-free use. These nonmarring end caps are strong, yet incredibly soft.
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Specifications
Hole 5/8"
Length 3-1/2"
Material Rubber

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SmithRubber End Cap, 3-1/2"
 
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5.0

It's a rubber endcap

By chickenwarrior

from Louisville, kY

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      Comments about Smith Rubber End Cap, 3-1/2":

      It's a rubber end cap. Works great. Black rubber makes marks on your boat bow so you might want to consider Polyurathane instead, but fine for the money.

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