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Floe Roll In Dock Legs

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Lake Hound

Greetings,

 

First time on forum so please excuse if this has been asked before.  I am looking for information on repairing adjustable dock legs.  I have several Floe sections that are seized and are no longer adjustable.  Any information on repair options or even the materials used for the nut and rod would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance for the help!  

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On 2/27/2019 at 8:50 AM, Lake Hound said:

Greetings,

 

First time on forum so please excuse if this has been asked before.  I am looking for information on repairing adjustable dock legs.  I have several Floe sections that are seized and are no longer adjustable.  Any information on repair options or even the materials used for the nut and rod would be appreciated.  Thanks in advance for the help!  

Well, I would start by getting in touch with Floe.    Have you tried that ?

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