Boat Hatch Support Arms & Parts

Boaters rely on their hatches for easy operation and a dependable design. Our collection of boat hatch support arms and parts is available to fit a variety of hatch sizes. Each is well-designed and easy to install for a long-lasting solution for your craft.

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Replace Your Boat Hatch Arms with Quality Parts

Our boat hatch support arms are easy to install should you need to replace a damaged or worn-out arm. The locking knobs turn to lock the support arm and keep your hatch from opening.

Made from a strong and durable marine-grade aluminum that stands up to the harsh marine elements and is corrosion-resistant so you can count on your hatch working for a long time. Installation is easy and hardware is not included.

We have additional parts for your boat hatch support arms including sponge gaskets to prevent water from leaking into your hatch lid and into the cabin. Foam can be cut to fit the exact dimensions of your hatch. Keep your hatch lid lifting with our gas struts with ball-and-socket installation.


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