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    Looking for shade sail hardware options

    Folks, I have 2 coolaroo shade sails that I need to install over the pergola. I've looked at hardware options on Amazon but all are mixed reviews. Looking for heavy duty stainless steel options. Does anyone have a supplier they'd like to share or ideas? Preferably 3/8" hardware. Thanks!

    -Fritz

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    Will be interesting to see what you come up with for this. I was looking at installing some of these at our lake house. The ones I was looking at came with hardware though....although, may be cheap. But, my plan is to only have this up when we are there and stored away otherwise, so should get good use out of it.

    stainless sounds Like a good plan to me - perhaps a boating website, since most hardware in boats and trailers is stainless. I know I’ve seen, Home Depot has some stainless, but maybe not all pieces needed?

    Where did you find the coolaroo sails?

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    • Hulagn1971
      Hulagn1971 commented
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      Found the shade sails at Costco a few months back. Good idea on the boating accessories sites.

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    Fastenal or Bolts Plus for specific hardware
    Home Depot or Lowe’s May stock generic hardware
    Last edited by smokin fool; June 6, 2020, 11:38 AM.

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      #4
      Fastenal
      stupid spell check on my phone.....
      Last edited by smokin fool; June 6, 2020, 11:38 AM.

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      • mountainsmoker
        mountainsmoker commented
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        Both spellings are the same.

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      Yeah not having a good day

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        #6
        As far as marine hardware Hamilton Marine, iBoat, Wholesale Marine, there are a couple of more I can't think of right now.

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          #7
          Have you looked to see what coolaroo offers? We have these blinds up all around our covered pergola and they work great!!!

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            #8
            www.sailrite.com Caters to sailmakers, marine upholstery industry etc. Lots of hardware for attaching fabric and canopies to boats and decks. Been a customer for decades and always top quality.

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              #9
              Not sure what exactly you are looking. But, anytime I have a rigging project I go to my local marine store and look at the sailboat hardware isle. This hardware heavy duty and impervious to the weather.

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                #10
                I'll definitely look at the Coolaroo site. That didn't even come to mind but should have been my first look. Donw thanks for the website referral and thanks to everyone else for their suggestions!

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