Weld-On 5" backing and 4" backing available.
DockHinge can also be welded onto aluminium dock systems or aluminium shoreline applications. The weld-on versions come in a 5 inch profile backing or a smaller 4 inch backing profile.
And we offer the full range of combinations: a full Dockhinge, just the hinge or just the hitch so that you have a variety of connection options.
Self-contained. Never lose a pin again.
Self-supporting of loads while you secure from above with a single tool.
Self-aligning when tightened.
Patented bushing system means no metal-on-metal squeaking.
Wide range of motion allows for fluctuating water levels with virtually silent functioning.
For both wood and aluminum docks with quiet functioning.
Installing from above. Keeps you out of the water.
Self-supporting. Fingers are out of harms way when securing.
Uses only 1 tool - ¾” socket, like a tire iron or standard drill socket.
Canadian Based Manufacturing
Made in Canada
An ISO 9001:2015 certified advanced CNC machine shop.
International shipping available.
Each unit consists of a hitch & hinge coupler weighing 4.5lbs. Two units are required for each join.
Aircraft grade 6061 T6 aluminum with minimum 35 KSI yield strength and stainless-steel fasteners
All shipping costs are FOB DockHinge
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Prices are subject to change.
The DockHinge products have a Lifetime Guarantee* against defects in material & manufacturing. Simply contact us with your original receipt and we will repair or replace your DockHinge.
*All installations are solely the responsibility of the installer and/or the end user. Lateral support is always required in dock installation. Mounting hardware is extra. DockHinge accepts no liability for the installation, location, use, function, and safety of the products, mishandling or damages of our products or accessories, improper installation, custom products specifications, unauthorized modifications and attachments, improper repair. DockHinge accepts no liability for objects, animals or aquatic life, vandalism, severe weather and natural disaster, impact by watercraft, ice, falling trees, floating debris, and other foreign objects.