Install a new or old boat rub rail “Docking Bumper” on your boat. The hardest part if you are reusing the old rub rail in accounting for shrinkage. Even though we reused our old rub rail, it made our boat look so much better. Before we pull the rub rail off, we saw in hanging in places around our boat and some of the old rub rail was reattached with screws that were rusting.
In this video, we show you how to attached the old rubber bumper “Rub Rail” on the boat and make it fit. We also install it with pop rivets every 6 inches to keep it from moving. We also show how we combated shrinkage of the rub rail on our boat. This is not an easy boat project but the results are awesome.
Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004 Bayliner Bowrider.
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