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Lund Boat Rub Rail Insert 2005309 | 1/2 Inch Gray White Tube (FT)

Boat part number 8303496 is a new, off the roll, increment of tube style rub rail insert from Lund Boats, part number 2005309 .
made for Lund Boats
$1.19 MSRP: $1.61
GLS Stock #: 8303496-PK430
308 in stock
Boat part number 8303496 is a new, off the roll, increment of tube style rub rail insert from Lund Boats, part number 2005309 .

This tube style vinyl inserts hides rub rail fasteners for a clean look. Soft PVC insert provides cushion effect to absorb impact. For use with flexible rub rails. Made in USA. Rub rail insert measures approximately 1/2" in diameter and fits an 1/2" track. Manufacturer calls this color Gray White in color. We'd call it a light gray with light brown tones to it.

Sold by the running foot. Simply enter the number of feet needed in the quantity field. Lengths are sold as continuous feet.

Specifications:
  • Boat Manufacturer: Lund Boats
  • Part Number: 2005309
  • Color: Gray White
  • Materials: Soft PVC
  • Style: Tube
  • OD: 1/2" diameter
  • Length: Sold by the Foot
Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate. Hardware and instruction / installation manual not included.

This product is cut to length and we cannot accept returns or cancellations on any cut to length product.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Product Questions

Hi,

I was looking into product #GLS STOCK #: 8303496-5G201 off white/cream 1/2" round boat rub rail insert, I'm looking for 60 feet. How do i put that in the cart section to get 60 ft?
Question by: Andres Rodriguez on Jun 11, 2021, 1:16 PM
Hello Andres,

You can just enter 60 into the quantity box next to the blue "Ad To Cart" button and then go to your cart to choose shipping options.

We always ship in continuous lengths so you would get a 60 ft long section.

Thank you!

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jun 11, 2021, 2:00 PM