Pull-up cleat doubles as lifting eye

Pull Up Cleats

July 17, 2023

Whether its design is classic or contemporary, boats are more attractive when their decks are free of clutter. The Accon Marine 209 Series Lifting Cleat stays elegantly flush with the surface until it’s needed. With a simple pull, the hardware extends to provide a standard cleat for tying off lines and a convenient connection point when raising the vessel.

The Accon Marine Lifting Cleat is made from polished 316 stainless steel for superior corrosion resistance and reliability; the lifting hardware is durable 304 stainless. It’s offered in 6″, 8″ and 10″ sizes to fit any boat.

Each Lifting Cleat comes with a standard 12″ rod, sling, crossbar and bow eye. To accommodate a wide range of installations, extended-length rods are available while the optional Pivot Attachment will compensate for slight hardware installation misalignment. Incredibly strong, independent laboratory testing confirmed the cleat’s maximum working load to be 4,000 lbs. in the direction of the rod axis.

Simple to install, the Accon Marine Lifting Cleat utilizes thru-bolt mounting. The included backing plate doubles as a convenient cut-out template. For the sleekest appearance without visible screw heads, the 8″ and 10″ models are available in a stud mount form. They’re backed by a two-year warranty.

www.acconmarine.com.

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