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Old 10-01-2016, 02:27 PM   #59
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I took a length of aluminum tube about 4 ft long, and drilled a hole through the tube at one end. I took a heavy duty coat hanger, cut it to about a 30 in length, and passed it through a length of garden hose. I made small loops at each end of the wire and took a bolt with a washer, passed it through one loop, then through the tube, then through the other loop. Put on another washer and a wing nut. You now have a pole with a loop on it that can be passed over a post or a cleat, and then used to pull the boat closer to the dock. Worked great.

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