Dock Cleats

Below you’ll find an assortment of dock cleats that we have available.
Need a style or size you don’t see here? Give us a call.

Tie Down Rings

1/2″ x 6″ Zinc plated machine bolts.
“Through” bolt or lag style available.

C-TDR

 

 

Dock Cleats

 

 


 

 

Black Nylon Cleats

Almost unbreakable and resistant to salt and sun damage. Use two 5/16″ flat head bolts to fasten down. Available in 8″ or 10″.

C-8N or C-10N

 

 

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Aluminum Safety Cleats

Tired of stubbing your toe on cleats? This cleat lays flat when not in use and is rounded on the edges. Unlike some of the imitations that break, this is cast from almag 35, a true marine grade of aluminum, and is extremely strong and corrosion resistant. It can be bolted down from the top. Uses 3/8″ fasteners. Comes in 6″ or 8″.

C-SFTC-6
C-SFTC-6B
(Black Powder Coated)
C-SFTC-6W
(White Powder Coated)
C-SFTC-8
C-SFTC-8B
(Black Powder Coated)
C-SFTC-8W
(White Powder Coated)

 

 

Dock Cleats
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Nylon Fold Down Cleat Seat

Cleat can be fully hidden when not in use – reduces tripping hazard. Made of a nylon composite it is strong and durable. With the angled sides, it can be driven over – when seated. Will not rust or corrode. Can bolt to existing boat docks or any flat surface: docks, boats, trailers, truck beds, work vans, garages, hangars, etc. Uses 1/4″ fasteners. Available in White or Black and in 6″ or 9″.

C-FD6 or C-FD6W
C-FD9 or C-FD9W

 

 

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Galvanized Steel Cleats

Steel cleats are made from malleable iron and then hot-dipped galvanized. Uses hex head bolt. Available in 8″, 10″ or 12″.

 

C-8, C-10, or C-12

 

 

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Ship Cleats

Our ship cleats are Heavy-Duty, Hot-Dipped Galvanized Iron.
Uses Hex Head Bolt.

C-040808 – 8″
C-040810 – 10″
C-040812 – 12″

 

 

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Cleat Angle
 

(WH-CA) The cleat angle has slots that accommodate various cleat sizes. Bolt the cleat angle to the side stringer using a Washer Plate (WH-W). Then bolt the cleat through the deck into the cleat angle. This will ensure that the cleat will not pull out of the deck.

 

WH-CA – Cleat Angle