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Upgrade your boat's safety and functionality with our top-quality rail fittings, designed to provide secure and customizable mounting options for a wide range of boating equipment.


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  1. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting Rectangular Base 90° - 316 Stainless Steel - 1-11/16" x 3" - 7/8" O.D.

    $21.85
  2. Sea-Dog Hand Rail Tee 316 Stainless Steel 90° - 7/8"

    $19.85
  3. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting 2-3/4" Round Base 90° 316 Stainless Steel - 1" OD

    $24.45
  4. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting 2-3/4" Round Base 60° 316 Stainless Steel - 1" OD

    $26.45
  5. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting 2-3/4" Round Base 45° 316 Stainless Steel - 1" OD

    Special Price $27.38 Regular Price $27.75
  6. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting 2-3/4" Round Base 30° 316 Stainless Steel - 1" OD

    $25.50
  7. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting Rectangular Base 90° 316 Stainless Steel - 1-7/8" x 3-3/16" - 1" OD

    $24.45
  8. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting Rectangular Base 60° 316 Stainless Steel - 1-7/8" x 3-1/4" - 1" OD

    $25.75
  9. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting Rectangular Base 30° 316 Stainless Steel 7/8" OD

    Special Price $20.74 Regular Price $23.25
  10. Whitecap 1" O.D. 90° SS Elbow & Eye Anchor

    Special Price $46.34 Regular Price $47.49
  11. Sea-Dog Rail Base Fitting Rectangular Base 45° 316 Stainless Steel - 3-1/4" x 1-7/8" - 1" OD

    $25.25
    Out of stock
  12. Whitecap 4° Rectangular Base - 316 Stainless Steel - 3-13/16" x 3"

    Special Price $46.04 Regular Price $66.99
    Out of stock

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WHAT ARE RAIL FITTINGS?

Rail fittings are hardware components used to attach and secure railings to boats. They are commonly used to attach handrails, lifelines, and other safety equipment to the boat's deck or hull.


WHAT ARE SOME COMMON TYPES OF RAIL FITTINGS?

There are several common types of rail fittings, including rail bases, rail ends, rail connectors, and stanchions. Rail bases are used to mount rails to the deck or hull, while rail ends are used to terminate the ends of the rail. Rail connectors are used to connect two sections of rail together, and stanchions are vertical posts that support the rail.

When choosing rail fittings, consider the size and weight of the railing, the type and material of the boat's deck or hull, and the location and intended use of the railing. Look for rail fittings that are compatible with your specific railing and boat, and choose high-quality fittings that are durable, reliable, and able to withstand the marine environment.


WHAT MATERIALS ARE RAIL FITTINGS MADE FROM?

Rail fittings can be made from a variety of materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, bronze, and plastic. Stainless steel is the most common material used for rail fittings, as it is strong, corrosion-resistant, and able to withstand the harsh marine environment.


HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY RAIL FITTINGS?

To keep your rail fittings in good condition, it is important to rinse them with freshwater after each use to remove salt and debris. Inspect them regularly for signs of wear or damage, and replace any worn or damaged fittings as needed. Lubricate any moving parts with a marine-grade lubricant to keep them working smoothly.

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