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Old 05 November 2019, 12:54   #1
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Bimini mounting hardware?

So I am trying to get a 4 bow 8 ft Bimini mounted. There is already previous hoop rings up front from someone else who had a previous Bimini so good to go there.

In the middle there is already sliders on the rope rail thing on top of the tubes (see pic).

I'm trying to find a mount that would go on the rope rail thing also to hold the back support lines of the Bimini.

I'm describing this soooo bad. Take a look at the pics and arrows and let me know if you have questions or know where I can find that mount.
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Old 05 November 2019, 14:03   #2
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What is this rope thing attachment called? I can probably figure out the mounting hardware if I knew the name for this part.
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Old 05 November 2019, 16:55   #3
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Hogging rail bud
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Old 06 November 2019, 09:08   #4
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Thank you!

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Old 06 November 2019, 22:42   #5
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Here is how I did mine. I used Plastic lumber scraps from patio railing. Also I had to make a shim to go under the mounting hardware to level out the mounting surface. Sorry my photos turn when I post here.
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Old 07 November 2019, 04:21   #6
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i did the same with my console but i used HDPE. re the photos i do it all the time having my phone up right if you turn it horizontal it sorts it, assuming you are using your phone
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Boom there it is. That's exactly what I need to do. Thanks for the idea


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Here is how I did mine. I used Plastic lumber scraps from patio railing. Also I had to make a shim to go under the mounting hardware to level out the mounting surface. Sorry my photos turn when I post here.
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