Build It Yourself and Save. All the brackets and hardware to build one 4 ft. x 10 ft. wood dock frame. Heavy-Duty, hot dipped galvanized components securely tie 2 in. x 6 in. wood frame together.
Can be built as stationary, roll in or floating dock
Choose your type of lumber
Lumber and screws sold separately
Proudly made in the U.S.A.
Additional materials required for floating dock: (5) 2 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. (2) 2 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (11) 5/4 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (229) #8 x 2 in. deck screws (3) dock floats PS 1155 (1) C.G. pipe sleeve PS 1080 (1) auger PS 1100 (8) back plates PS 1017 (4) joist corners PS 1015 (1) frame hardware PS 1135 (1) float hardware PS 1145 (1) pipe safety cap PS 1193 (2) hinge kits PS 1070 (1) dock pipe
Additional materials required for roll in dock: (5) 2 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. (2) 2 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (11) 5/4 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (229) #8 x 2 in. deck screws (2) dock wheels PS 1334 (1) dock axle kit PS 1198 (4) C.G. connector clips PS 1021 (1) pipe safety caps PS 1193 (1) dock pipe
Additional materials required for stationary dock: (5) 2 in. x 6 in. x 10 ft. (2) 2 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (11) 5/4 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. (229) #8 x 2 in. deck screws (2) foot plates PS 1023 (4) C.G. connector clips PS 1021 (1) pipe safety caps PS 1193 (2) dock pipe
Can be used for stationary, roll-in or floating dock
Model #PS 1005
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Questions & Answers
What is the thickness of the corner brackets?
Asked by Duncan April 14, 2018
I just received two of these commercial grade kits. I measured the inner and outer corner brackets with calipers. They all measured 0.190" or less. None of the steel parts measured thicker than that. In my book, that makes it 3/16", not 1/4".
Can I adapt this 4 x 10 into a 8 x 12 if I buy the extra brackets and boards?
Asked by Bill June 7, 2016
yes you can make it just about any dimension with added kits
Make any dimension?
Asked by Ken August 7, 2016
Yes, I made an 8’ by 16’ float and it worked great. We even used 2’ by 12’ lumber. She floated on her lines evenly with an older floating dock.
need plans to submit
Asked by TL October 26, 2015
Please call us at 1-888-PLAYSTAR (752-9782) and we would be more than happy to assist you.
The hardware I did received was fine, BUT I did not receive the 2 pipe brackets that are pictured...
May 12, 2020
The hardware I did received was fine, BUT I did not receive the 2 pipe brackets that are pictured in the online package photo (even though I did get the hardware to mount them). They are NOT part of the set I received which had the same part and SKU number. I tried to call HD several times, but was on hold for more than an hour each time...so I gave up.
This is the second time I have bought these, I was expanding and re-configuring my previous DIY floating dock. I found it to be more economical to purchase this kit and the floats separately this time around. This is a modular kit, so it is easy to reconfigure a dock.
I built a floating dock with this kit. It was very easy to build, but you need to carefully follow the directions. The directions provided also include the instructions for a permanent dock, and it is easy to be on the wrong page. I did have to buy some additional hardware to build the floating dock, as listed in the product description. One thing I did not like was the way the bolts went into the dock post assembly. It was very easy to drop the tightening bolt into the lake, which I did. After that, I added a washer before screwing in the bolt so that it could not fall off. I built just a single 10' dock section. It's pretty stable, but I will probably add a 10' T section to it to improve stability and give me some more dock space.