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16 ft. Black D Profile Dock Edging

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ProFlex 16 ft. "D" Profile Marine Dock Edging protects docks and boats from damage while docked. Manufactured from durable, marine-grade flexible PVC, the D-shaped edging is engineered for vertical or horizontal installations on commercial or private boat docks and piers. ProFlex Marine Dock Edging products contain UV inhibitors and will not crack, rot or deteriorate when exposed to sun or temperature extremes and are unaffected by oil, gasoline or saltwater. Colored black throughout the material, unlike competitive "skin coated" top surfaces, ProFlex Dock Edging will not show a different base color or scuff boat surfaces when nicked or scratched. ProFlex Dock Edging arrives as a single 16 ft. coil in a box. Install using ProFlex 1-1/4 in. Galvanized Deck Screws (sold separately) approximately 4 in. apart on top and bottom of edging.
  • Commercial grade, heavy-duty
  • Single cavity D-shape design
  • Suitable for both vertical and horizontal dock surfaces
  • Colored black throughout
  • Easy to cut with handsaw
  • Made from recycled materials

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Product Length (in.)16 ft16 ft16 ft25 ft
Product Width (in.)0.92.252.252.25
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
192
Product Height (in.)
3.5
Product Length (in.)
16 ft
Product Width (in.)
0.9

Details

Marine Supplies Product Type
Other Marine Hardware
Material
Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
9.0 lb
Protection Position
Side
Protection Type
Fender
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

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Works as advertised................................................................................
Works as advertised.............................................................................. This is an unbiased review that is unaffected by the fact that I received this product for free. As proof of impartiality, just click on my nickname and see the average of the ratings I have given over 200 reviews to date. I installed both the white and black dock edgings. The black ones I used on the vertical piles so that they would match the boat's black rub rail and be less likely to leave a smudge. I put the white ones on the horizontal edges of the dock because that matches the boat's hull color. The horizontal edgings are just there in case the boat slips between the vertical piles, sort of a fail-safe. Both types are very firm, so firm that they may not be suitable for lightweight boats under 1000 lbs. To be sure, both types will leave a smudge, especially with a heavy boat. So try to get the color that most closely matches the contact area on the boat. I suggest using larger washers with the stainless fastening screws because the screw heads may pull through the material of the edging without them. No mounting hardware is included. This material is very similar to the material on some of my existing edgings, which has lasted at least 20 years.
by GaryDoug
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I just built a 10' x 8 ' floating dock at my river house. I picked up some of the ProFlex "D" pro...
I just built a 10' x 8 ' floating dock at my river house. I picked up some of the ProFlex "D" profile dock edging for the 8' sides of the dock. The edging is made of high quality marine grade PVC and it nice and flexible. The edging will tie in nicely with the corner bumpers I am installing. I went with black since it tends to hold up better to the desert sun over the white.
by BrandonP
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We are using the Proflex line of dock edging to update and remodel our deck. We have used both white and black “P” profile previously and are now installing both white and black D Profile Edging. This review is to extend our comments on our other reviews. The D Profile Edging is best used to protect a vertical surface with the edging mounted in the center of the flat surface, like the side of an aluminum dock. We are using it on the far lake end of our dock so that visitors can pull up and not need buoys. The D Profile is easy to install since it is flat on the back. Just put stainless steel screws and washers on the bottom and top edge every four inches. In advance of starting your project, unroll the edging and lay it flat on a floor. You may even need to put weights on it to get it to lay flat. This will make your installation go much smoother. I use a miter saw to cut the edging to the lengths I need. This edging holds up well against UV ray destruction.
by Mamajane1234
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I used Black, D-Profile on a composite dock with great results. I tried both white and black dock...
I used Black, D-Profile on a composite dock with great results. I tried both white and black dock edging, and both D & P profiles. I prefer the black - here’s why: my previous dock had white edging. After several years, the white was harder and harder to clean, especially with dark mold. As for P vs. D profile, the P profile goes over the edge and makes a nice corner. If I was installing the edging on the center of a skirt board, D would be the way to go. To apply, we laid the edging in the sun for a few hours. After a few minutes, the coiled edging relaxes, and I was able to weigh it down with a brick at each end. Screw, nail, or nail-gun about every 8 inches. For composite decking, it has to be screwed. In my photos below, I show the 4 different edging types I tried. You’ll see that this edging is along the top of the deck skirt. I will be going back and installing edging around the bottom of the skirt. This will help with jet skis, fishing boats that sit lower to the water, and kayaks. This dock edging is a great value and looks nice on my dock, while protecting boats and guests.
by CustomWebProgrammer
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ProFlex Black D Profile Dock Edging makes EXCELLENT DIY Wall Guards! I have struggled with findin...
ProFlex Black D Profile Dock Edging makes EXCELLENT DIY Wall Guards! I have struggled with finding good wall guards for my garage walls. Something to protect the walls and the car doors. This product works great. It is heavy duty PVC. It is easy to work with and it should last a lifetime. A few notes I found that help with installation. 1. The "D" profile is actually 2-15/16" wide, not 3-1/2" as stated in the specs. (see photo). 2. I initially used a saw and miter box to make cuts, I found I could get a smoother cut using a razor knife. 3. If you have to make bends a heat gun or hair dryer makes the PVC easier to work with. 4. Two guards might be required if you have more than one vehicle or two doors with different point of impact. I am very pleased with this use of this product and plan to order more for other walls. I have provided some photos and a short video.
by JAMEST
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by BERT
    I am using this in a non-traditional manner, so final...
    I am using this in a non-traditional manner, so final function TBD, but it seems to be as billed.
    by KENT
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    by HomeDepotCustomer
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    The bumper stopper is good quality PVC that seems durable. Claims to be impervious to everything...
    The bumper stopper is good quality PVC that seems durable. Claims to be impervious to everything and it looks like it. It gives about an inch of spring. The material is substantial. Be sure to roll out and back bend the roll. It seems strong enough to roll back. Affix with screws. Nails won’t hold after some time in wood. Recommends cutting with hand saw. It’s strong. It would also be a great bumper for car doors in garages.
    by pjsmithres
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    The 16 ft. black D profile dock edging is perfect for my dock, protecting the edge of my new boat...
    The 16 ft. black D profile dock edging is perfect for my dock, protecting the edge of my new boat from abrasions. I no longer have to use buoys tied to the side for protection. It was easy to uncoil and install after letting it sit outside in the hot sun for a while. Screws make it easy using a cordless drill to put them in. With attachment location edges located top and bottom it protects about 3 1/2 inches from the wood of the dock.
    by weldingoilman
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