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Model #21519

QPF495, 5 ft. x 10 ft. Aluminum Dock Kit

  • Includes a pair of hinges to create a customized layout
  • Unique frame for positioning of mooring cleats and other parts
  • Contains all necessary hardware for easy assembly
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Product Overview

This very nice and durable dock structure is part of the quality Multinautic aluminum dock Series. Design the dock system of your dream by joining multiple units to create the configuration of your choice or as your needs evolve in time. You can install them in straight line, side by side or as an “L” shape allowing you to create the layout that will fit your needs. It’s sleek and unique Tritrack custom designed aluminum frame system allows you to insert your cleats (and other accessories) in the top track and locate them where you want. Decking boards (not included) can be assembled as panels to be rapidly removed from the sub frame and lighten the manipulation year after year. Durable and cost effective, this Multinautic dock is a clean combination for the eye and your security. Complete your project with 1 11/16" OD posts and/or floats (sold separately). You can also get yourself a pair of stabilizers (item 21585) to join 2 docks and create a nice 10 ft. x 10 ft. swimming raft.
  • Tritrack custom designed aluminum frame, exclusive to Multinautic, for an easy installation and positioning of mooring cleats and some accessories
  • Exact size of this Aluminum frame structure is 60 in. x 116 in.
  • Includes a pair of hinges for straight, parallel or "L" shape design allowing stationary, semi-floating and floating installations
  • For semi-floating or floating dock it is recommended to use Multinautic's 24 in. x 60 in. foam filled floats . Choose from a medium or high freeboard
  • For high freeboard, use float #14122 that has a heigth of 16 in. Install 1 on the semi-floating section and 2 on the following floating ones
  • For a medium freeboard, use float #14132 that has a heigth of 12 in. Install 1 on the semi-floating section and 3 on the following floating ones
  • Install these floats with Multinautic bolt kits #22203. This pack of 12 sets of hot dip galvanized bolts will allow you to install 3 floats (4 per float)
  • Easy assembling with the stainless and hot dip galvanized steel hardware included

Info & Guides

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Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year limited warranty, for more detailed information please refer to our web site

Questions & Answers


what kind and size fasteners are needed in order to hold the posts / pipes in place?

Asked by Nick June 3, 2020

Hello Nik, The fasteners are set screws supplied with the kit (2 per corner leg holder). Their size is 1/2" x 5/8" and they are made of stainless steel. Tool needed is a 1/4" Allen key. Thanks for asking!

If I purchase two kits, can one 10x10 dock be built? by mixing the parts of the two kits. not tw...

Asked by weruweru September 16, 2019

Hello, the parts included don't allow to do that kind of assembly. You would need fusion plate kits instead of corner leg holders.

How firm will 4 kits be together (attached on long side)? I am planning on making a 10x20 dock ou...

Asked by weruweru September 13, 2019

Thank you for your interest in our Multinautic products, please note that to better help you please contact us by email to or calling us at 1-800-585-1237, since your questions are specific to your needs. We also have live chat now through our Facebook page. Thank you!

Can you provide the link to the fusion connector #21585 the one previously provided does not work...

Asked by weruweru September 12, 2019

Hi, please give us a call. We will then be able to help you better. Toll-free: 1-800-585-1237

The description says: "Includes a pair of hinges for straight, parallel or "L" shape design allo...

Asked by weruweru September 11, 2019

Hi, the hinge model in the box is 10044. Here is a link to get the fusion connectors: Multinautic_Fusion_Connectors Thanks for asking! It might help other customers to create their dream dock!

The installation manual mentions a fusion connector part #21585 to connect multiple kits together...

Asked by weruweru September 11, 2019

Hi, here is the link to the stabilizers #21585 : Multinautic_Fusion_Connectors Don't hesitate to give us a call if you need assistance 1-800-585-1237.

Can PVC composite decking be used with this kit, and are there any additional wood joist or support needed for the deck?

Asked by Curt August 4, 2019

for composite decking we don't supply any additional wood joist or any other type of support, you will have to get your own at your lumber store. For a floating dock the composite is not the best option.

Picture doesn't match QPF495 listed on multinautic site. Is there a long central aluminum joist with 2 cross joists?

Asked by Curt August 4, 2019

actually out of stock and for a accurate information please refer to

What kind of decking can you install? Is there something plug-and-play?

Asked by weru February 6, 2019

Hello Weru, We recommend 5/4" cedar planks. You will find the requested listing in the assembly guide presented on our website. Here is the direct link to this pdf file: Hope this helps!

What diameter size pipe works with the dock kit?

Asked by JW April 25, 2018

The post could be up to 1 11/16" O.D.

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Customer Reviews

  • 5 Customer Reviews
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars overall
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I needed to be able to construct the dock mostly on my own as my only helper is my petite wife (except when kids visit!). This kit fit the bill in that I could assemble the aluminum frames and decking separately. I built four sections (4 frames, 8 deck sections, and 10 floats) in my driveway then rented a 16ft UHaul and with one other person was able to carry all the pieces down to the waters edge where I attached the floats and deck sections to the frames before pushing into the water. Why not 5 stars? 1) Manual was not accurate. The cross beams are of a different length than listed in the manual. I had to call Tech Support to figure it out and they admitted they hadn't updated the US version of the Manual. 2) Some sections were missing bolts. Luckily these are easily purchased at Home Depot however that added a trip to the store to finish. If I had been at the lake it would have taken more than an hour to rectify missing parts. 3) The Fusion Connectors are not available in the US and they won't be making more until 2021. 4) Recommended bolts for the mid-freeboard floats that I purchased were too long. I should have gotten bolts 1/2" shorter than recommended or purchased fully threaded bolts. 5) When I did get a hold of one set of Fusion Connectors the bolts were not the correct length. The dock sections seem very sturdy however, I'm not sure how they compare to the Playstar aluminum frame that has all aluminum crossbars as compared to the Multinautic that relies on some wood crossbars.
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I purchased six Multinautic QPF495 5x10 dock kits last year and installed them with floats undern...
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I purchased six Multinautic QPF495 5x10 dock kits last year and installed them with floats underneath on a small lake in Indianapolis. I liked them so much that I purchased two more kits this spring to add on to the dock. Some of the big reasons that I liked these docks versus other options were: 1. The aluminum frame for durability, 2. The 5 ft. width (most of my neighbors docks are only 4 ft wide and feel narrow when you walk on them), 3. Each section connects easily to the next section and additional sections can be added later (I have an "L-shaped" pattern similar to one shown in the instructions and will try to attach a picture). The assembly process was a good DIY project that I could do by myself. I assembled each section separately on one side of my two-car garage by supporting the corners on small blocks of scrap lumber. There are lots of nuts and bolts and it will take a while to assemble. The directions were good and the customer service over the phone was excellent and very helpful when I called. My biggest advice during assembly is to not tighten the bolts in the corners all the way until all four corners are assembled. This will help all of the pre-drilled holes line up easier. I also installed the hinges in the garage based on my "L-shaped" design pattern. The installation step requires some help from another person. We carried the frames down to the shore and then connected the floats so we wouldn't have to carry the whole assembly down to the shore. We used two floats per section in order to have the dock float closer to the water level to make it easier to get into our kayak. We floated the docks in the water and then connected them together with pins from the already installed hinges. I used posts at the shore and 5-gallon bucket concrete anchors on chains at the corners to keep the dock in place. I added the deck boards on top last after it was connected together. I recommend getting the horizontal stabilizers (fusion connectors) and installing them on the farthest sections to make a more rigid platform on the end of the dock. Overall, I really enjoy this dock and, after almost a year, it looks great and my kids love jumping off the back of it onto their floats. It is also nice and wide and there is room for chairs for my wife and I to sit on.
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The Dock is well designed - Very Solid - Heavier than expected for Aluminum Dock
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Package was missing parts but dock was well constructed...
Package was missing parts but dock was well constructed
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Assembly was very straight forward and the materials appear to...
Assembly was very straight forward and the materials appear to be high quality. Haven't had an opportunity to get them in the water, but they seem very solid. Look great too!
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