Internet #100263382

Model #TD-30004

60 in. Long Support Brace Assembly with Attaching Hardware

  • Reliably connects to dock post pipes
  • Made of high-quality galvanized steel to resist rust
  • Includes attaching hardware for easy, hassle-free installation
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Product Overview

Tommy Docks Support Brace Assembly adds strength and stability to your dock. A support brace connects to and supports your dock post pipes beneath the waters surface. Recommended for use when the water depth is 4 ft. or greater. Adds stability to large platform sections at the end of a dock.
  • Galvanized steel components for rust resistance
  • Installs in minutes from the top of the dock without having to go into the water
  • Comes with easy to follow instructions included with the hardware
  • Recommended wherever rough water conditions exist
  • To be used with 1-1/4 in. (1.66 O.D.) normal duty pipe

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1
Product Height (in.)
1
Product Length (in.)
60
Product Width (in.)
1 in

Details

Dock Hardware Type
Clip
Duty Rating
Standard
Marine Supplies Product Type
Other Marine Hardware
Material
Galvanized Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
6
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One Year Limited

Questions & Answers

4Questions4Answers

what is the maximum diameter of the clamps at the ends?

Asked by Dave July 5, 2017
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I'd say you could get them around a 1-1/2" post.

Can this be installed after a dock has been put out? Or does it need to go on to the frame befor...

Asked by steveb624 May 15, 2017
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Yes, but you can't see to tighten the clamp at the bottom if it is in the water. You have to do it by feel.

Can you cut the support to 48 inches

Asked by JoeBob June 30, 2016
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No, it is not recommended to cut the support brace.

How many braces in the box??

Asked by Boudy October 25, 2015
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Answer

This product includes one item.

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Here's how to do it better, cheaper
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The pole is aluminum (not Galvanized steel), which is nice since it will never corrode. The end clamps, however, are low-quality galvanized. Ours rusted and fell off after one winter. I then replaced those with 1.5" dia Stainless Steel Muffler Clamps (buy from local auto parts store or online such as eBay) for a few bucks each. Now it works perfectly. Given the chance to do it all over again, I'll just buy some aluminum tubing, flatten two ends, drill holes (aluminum is soft and easy to drill), and use stainless steel 1.5" dia muffler clamps. That will cut the cost in half and it will last forever. Note: put some silicone grease on the threads and you'll never have trouble getting them off in the future.
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The brackets were the wrong size and could not be...
The brackets were the wrong size and could not be used with our Tommy Dock heavy duty metal posts.
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My dock became very steady after using the supports!
My dock became very steady after using the supports!
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Clamps to post too small!
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Most dock poles are 2 “ in diameter. This brace comes with clamps that are for 1 1/2 “ posts. Stupid just to save 5 cents! I now have to go buy the proper size clamps before I can use it. The braces are very light weight and over priced. Not happy with purchase.
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Did not function as described
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Really stabilizes poles...
Really stabilizes poles
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Bought one last year order these this year. The hardware...
Bought one last year order these this year. The hardware was cheaper, the ends were not rounded so you could not install on angle without bending the bracket. Then you could not titan them up. Hardware is pathetic. Better off making your own supports. DO NOT BUY!!!!
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Cannot be mounted at an angle as in the picture....
Cannot be mounted at an angle as in the picture. When mounted at an angle the support bar invades the bracket area that fits over the vertical dock pipe. You would have to grind part of the support bar away and that would weaken the whole system.
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There are 2 critical issues with this product. 1) I could not insert the clamps into the pipe; t...
There are 2 critical issues with this product. 1) I could not insert the clamps into the pipe; the pipe was interfering with the flange of the posts which were not rounded per the drawing included and 2) You have to assemble and tightened the bolt while it is underwater! Not really possible in the early Wisconsin spring. If the flanges would have been rounded per the print and if the clamp hardware would include an easy tightening system, it could work. While trying to make it work, one brace fell to the bottom of the lake and it was way too cold to dive 4 ft to pick it. I hope the water will warm up within the 30 day return policy so I can retrieve it and return it for credit! PS. I rarely send comments or rating!
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THE CLAMPS ON THE ENDS OF THIS PIPE ARE USELESS, GO TO YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE AND BUY A PAIR OF 1...
THE CLAMPS ON THE ENDS OF THIS PIPE ARE USELESS, GO TO YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE AND BUY A PAIR OF 1 3/8" MUFFLER CLAMPS, BEND EACH END OF THIS PIPE 45 DEGREES AND USE THE MUFFLER CLAMPS TO HOLD IT TIGHT TO THE DOCK PIPE AND IT WORKS PERFECTLY!
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