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Kover Klamps Extra Long Couplings - 5-Pack

  • Applications: 3/4" Inside-Diameter EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing)
  • Function: Joins (2) Pieces of 3/4" EMT Tubing End to End
  • Material: Heavy Gauge, Steel Zinc-Plated Clamping Device, Sold (5) per Package
  • Item #: 
    756704
    Brand: 
    Kover Klamps
    Model #: 

    STC106

    Shipping Weight: 
    1.40 Lbs.
    Our Price:
    $14.99
    14.99
    Status:  null In Stock

    Quantity:  
     
     

    Features:

    • Kover Klamps STC 106 Extra Long Couplings are twice as long as the standard STC 105 couplers
      • They have (2) tightening screws on each side
    • Kover Klamps Couplings join two pieces of tubing together End to End
    • The Kover Klamps Winter Framing System is an affordable and quality way to store and protect your boat, yacht, sailboat, etc
    • Kover Klamps are a patented, heavy gauge, Steel zinc-plated clamping device specifically designed to hold tubing at any angle and adjustment
    • They're the quickest, easiest way to build a winter cover frame for your boat
    • You can cover your boat using electrical conduit connected by Kover Klamps and protect the vessel from chafing of the fiberglass, wood, or other valuable materials
      • The standard tubing material for a Kover Klamps frame is 3/4 inch inside-diameter "EMT" (Electrical Metallic Tubing) thin-walled electrical conduit
      • It's probably the most readily available tubing in the world, since it's a standard item at every electrical supply outlet and many hardware stores
    • Kover Klamp Components:
      • Rubber Pad grips the tubing
      • Kover Klamp joins (2) pieces of tubing at any angle
      • One Bolt locks it in place
    • Tubing: (Sold Separately) 3/4 inch inside-diameter "EMT" (Electrical Metallic Tubing)
    • Cover: (Sold Separately)

    Installation Instructions:

    Frames for Outboards and I/O Runabouts:

    1. Assemble a centerline ridgepole bow to stern
    2. Extend tubing end-to-end with couplings as needed
    3. Attach ridgepole ends to bow and stern pulpits with Kover Klamps
    4. Support ridgepole vertically with short lengths, using rubber tips to prevent chafing deck
    5. Use rubber tips at ends or rest on deck, using Kover Klamps to attach to rails or stanchions
    6. Use extra rib leg to raise ribs above windshield

    Frames for Sailboats:

    1. Assemble a centerline ridgepole, bow to stern
    2. Extend tubing end-to-end with couplings as needed
    3. Attach ridgepole ends to bow and stern pulpits with Kover Klamps
    4. Support ridgepole vertically with short lengths, using rubber tips to prevent chafing deck
    5. Bend 10-foot lengths of tubing in the center to desired angle to create ribs and attach to rails or stanchions with Kover Klamps
    6. Attach ribs to ridgepole with Kover Klamps
    7. Extend ribs downward to deck with short lengths of tubing, using rubber tips to prevent chafing
    8. Create "pocket braces" with longitudinal lengths of tubing on either side of ridge to prevent cover from sagging between the ribs

    Frames for Cruisers:

    1. Assemble a centerline ridgepole, bow to stern.
    2. Extend tubing end-to-end with couplings as needed.
    3. Use tubing bender to contour the ridgepole over the windshield and flybridge. as well as cabin.
    4. Attach ridgepole ends to bow and stern pulpits with Kover Klamps.
    5. Support ridgepole vertically with short lengths, using rubber tips to prevent chafing deck.
    6. Bend 10-foot lengths of tubing in the center to the desired angle; Klamp ribs to ridgepole, spacing ribs evenly every 4 to 5 ft.
    7. Stanchions will indicate how many ribs to create.
    8. Extend ribs downward to deck with short lengths of tubing, using rubber tips to prevent chafing.
    9. Create "pocket braces' with longitudinal lengths of tubing on either side of ridge to prevent cover from sagging between the ribs.

     
     

     
     

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