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Canadian-made HitcHinge dock couplers

Hassle-free dock installation and removal

The Canadian invented and manufactured HitcHinge is the perfect solution to a cottage conundrum: twice-a-year dock installation and removal. The self-supporting, pinfree design eliminates the most common problem when installing decks, losing the connecting pin. “Everything is self-contained, so there’s never a risk of dropping parts, especially at that critical stage of attachment,” says inventor Andy Assinck. “Quite simply, it’s the best dock coupler out there.”

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