Pontoon Boat Replacement

Parts of a Pontoon boat


At U-Fab ships we pride ourselves in making supreme quality pontoons & pontoon watercraft kits.

pontoons are made in a manufacturing facility that's signed up to ISO 9001:2000 specifications

Created to government standards - official certification of system by Transport Canada if needed

journeyman welders

extruded risers, gotten in 25' lengths ( see photo ) which helps loads at maintaining the risers degree lengthwise and width-wise

end limits and baffles are produced from dies to get more energy and a much better fit

solid welded baffles every 5' or less forming numerous water tight chambers in each pontoon

full length bottom and part keels are standard on all models, recommended high quality part keels and bottom keels ( skid plates )

extruded cap club cross-members, 2", 3" 4", 5" or 6" high, are standard for several watercraft kits, 7' - 25' long. Further size cap pubs can be found as a non-cancellable purchase.

extruded c-channel or I-Beam cross-members are recommended

quality control steps have been in result and purchases are examined by our quality control manager prior to shipping



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