$50 Rebate on Replacement Rub Rail Kit until April 30

Marine Rub Rail Kit

Apr 26, 2016

Now you can easily upgrade your boat, or replace old rub rail with Taco® Marine innovative rub rail kits and simple tools.

Taco Marine has been designing and manufacturing quality rub rail for leading boat builders and marine retailers for more than 50 years. A complete assortment of made in the USA rub rail replacement kits for all sizes and types of boats is available.

Packaged with one-piece flexible or semi-rigid continuous coil in seven popular sizes and profiles, the rub rail kits are backed by Taco Marine’s industry leading five year warranty and include everything needed to easily give your boat a new look and provide many years of durable use.

To determine which rub rail kit is right for your boat, view the Taco Marine Rub Rail Replacement Guide.

Click here or on the image above to watch a do-it-yourself rub rail installation video.

A $50 mail-in rebate for the purchase of a Taco Marine Rub Rail Kit is available now through April 30, 2016. Click here to download a rebate coupon.



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