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Posted by member Simon Papendick on Tuesday 11 June 2019

Hi Richard,

Yes they are not cheap, however, they do last well and they are the correct length and constructed with a wire core so that they keep their shape when put round the boat and secured on the boat corectly round the bow on the lacing eyes.

If you need any advice on how to fit it, just give me a call. on 07534045729.

Regards

Simon Papendick

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Posted by member Richard T Tracey on Tuesday 11 June 2019

New rope vender 671 inc vat.

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Message 3 of 5
Posted by member Simon Papendick on Tuesday 11 June 2019

Hi Richard,
You can get a Rope fender from Hardy Marine, there is about a couple of weeks lead time on supplying the Fender and as to be paid for before they can place the order because of the cost of the Rope Fender. I can not remember the weight. As it depended on the whether she was a standard build or with or without an extended wheelhouse and tankage.

Regards
Simon Papendick

Former Hardy Marine employee 1983 to 1990

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Posted by member Richard T Tracey on Tuesday 11 June 2019

Hi,

I need to do this with my Hardy 24. I have just asked Hardy Marine if I can purhcase new rope. Anyone know the gross weight of a Hardy 24 out of interest with a D4 in it.

regards

Richard

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Posted by member Simon Papendick on Friday 31 May 2019

Hi Hardy Owners,

If you ever want to know how a Hardy 25 Rope Fender is fitted click on the link below to see how it is done by a person who used to fit them on the Hardy boats while he was working for Hardy Marine and did the job single highhandedly. It can be done with if you use the correct tools.

Regards
Simon Papendick
Former employee of Hardy Marine

https://jstarboat.blogspot.com/2019/05/the-new-rope-fender-on-single.html

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