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Boat Dock Protection is Serious Business

Choosing the right boat and dock protection is important.  Everyone wants to protect their investment.  That’s where WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers can truly help.  WhamGuard boat dock rollers are unique, and play an important role for protecting your boat.  They are a simple design that is easy to install and operate, and most importantly they spin to protect your boat and dock.  Every time.  When you are docking your boat in a boat slip, the one thing that can truly ruin your day is if you slam into the dock post.  If you have a WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumper on that post however, no worries!  Your boat will safely deflect off the pole and you can continue guiding your boat into the slip.

WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers.

These bumpers could better be described as boat dock rollers.  They provide boat dock protection by spinning or rolling when a boat runs into them.  Therefore, the boat is protected from damage by the dock post and the dock post is protected from damage by the boat.  Definitely a win/win.  The best way to understand how they work is watch this video:  click here.

What do I Need to Know?

There are several things you will need to know before ordering your WhamGuard.  First, you will want to know what size post you are planning to install the WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumper on.  The middle bushing is made to fit three post sizes:  a 2″ square, 2″ round, or 2.5″ square post.  You will want to measure the post before ordering to make sure you get the right size.

WhamGuard on post with bushing exposed

WhamGuard rotating bumpers are easy to install. The bushing attaches to the post. This is where you want to measure to make sure you get the right size.

What a Great Idea!

WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers are truly boat AND dock protection.  These boat dock rollers protect your boat by keeping it off the post when launching and docking.  But they also protect the post.  A common bumper are simply called post bumpers and they are installed by bolting them to the post.  The only problem with that is any time you drill into the steel, you weaken the steel.  Maybe not a huge concern under normal operating conditions, but in Oklahoma we get some crazy storms. Steel is much easier to damage if there are holes in it.

Something Else to Consider

Because WhamGuard Rotating Boat Dock Bumpers are installed without adding extra steel attachments to the post, the are super easy to install.  Most of the time it takes one person less than 10 minutes to install each bumper.  If you would like to start letting WhamGuard provide you with boat and dock protection, you can order by clicking here:  Order now.