Duras 10'4 Inflatable Boats DX104

  DX86 DX96 DX104
Size 8'6" (259 cm) 9'6" (290 cm) 10'4" (315 cm)
Specs DX86 DX96 DX104
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Duras inflatable boats are available in 3 convenient sizes. The DX104 model is 10 ft 4 in long, the DX96 is 9 ft 6 in long, and the DX86 measures 8 ft 6 in long.

All models are equipped with three separate air chambers for added protection and have heat welded seams. Standard equipment includes two oars, aluminum seat, pressure gauge, patch kit, valve replacement tool, and a heavy duty foot air pump. All include our five year limited warranty.

The 1000 Denier Hull Material: The 1000 denier hull material is a rugged, solid material that operates with a 3.6 PSI working pressure.

The Air Compartments: All Duras Inflatable Boats have three air chambers in the tube and an inflatable keel. The air chambers are completely separate and ensure buoyancy in the event of a single chamber failure.

The One-Way Valve: Your Duras Inflatable Boat utilizes a one-way valve, a proven design that has been used for 20 years. This simple, rugged, one-way valve makes inflation easy. The inner valve design allows air to flow into the hull but not out and the outer valve cap makes the seal permanent. The plastic stem on the inner valve allows the boat to be deflated. Push in the inner valve and turn it to release air. Make sure the plastic stem is in the out position for inflation.

Rear Drain Valve: All Duras Inflatable Boats have a rear drain valve to drain water from the inside of the hull.

Foot Pump: All Duras Inflatable Boats come with a deluxe high pressure foot pump to ensure the boat is inflated to the recommended air pressure.

Pressure Gauge: All Duras Inflatable Boats come with a pressure gauge to ensure the boat is inflated to the recommended air pressure.

Repair Kit: All Duras Inflatable Boats come with a repair kit which includes glue, patch material and a valve removal tool.

 
 
Choice of air deck or wood floorboards with non-skid neoprene mat

Welded seams for added durability
Long seat slide position for convenience
Large stainless steel D-Rings for easy towing
Oar holders inside the boat
ABS transom with splash guards
Aluminum transom pads


7-Layer, 1000 Denier material

Aluminum bench seat
Self-bailing drain plug
Aluminum stringers (wood floorboard models)
Double layer PVC material on underside for extra protection
High quality 7-layer, 1000 denier material for improved durability
   
 
   

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Which size inflatable boat is right for me?
There is no simple answer to this question. You should evaluate how you intend to use your inflatable boat and plan accordingly. Each of the three boats in the Duras line offer air and wood floor options but have differing specifications on the maximum number of people, weight and horsepower of proper engine. Consult with your local dealer to discuss your needs and find the model 7-Layer Denier material that's right for you.

What is the construction of a Duras inflatable boat?
The 1000 Denier hull material is a rugged, solid fabric that operates with a 3.6 PSI working pressure. All Duras boats feature three air chambers within the tube and an inflatable keel. The air chambers are completely separate and ensure buoyancy in the event of a single chamber failure. The Duras line of inflatable boats also features a double layer of PVC material on the underside for extra protection.

How should I choose between the air and wood floor options?
The different floor options are another way of customizing your inflatable boat. If you intend to inflate/deflate the boat for each usage the air floor offers increased speed and efficiency during this process. The wood floor may be a better option for those who intend to keep the boat inflated for long periods of time.

Air Floor Rigid Floor

How should I clean and care for my new Duras inflatable boat?
When preparing to stow your new boat you should always wash off all debris and let it dry completely before storing. Do not use harsh chemical cleaners or cleaners containing abrasives or silicone as these may adversely affect the hull material. Do not store in extreme temperatures (i.e., over 150F/below -10F). You should always store your boat in a clean and dry place.

How do I find and repair air leaks?
If you are losing air pressure (unrelated to cold weather), check the boat for leaks, starting with the valves. The best tool to find leaks is soapy water in a spray bottle. Spray soapy water around the valve. If you see bubbles forming, check your valve seating and base to be sure the valve insert is screwed tight using the valve removal tool located in the repair kit. If you continue to have problems, it may be necessary to replace the valve.

Duras Repair KitHow do I repair rips or tears?
Your Duras Inflatable Boat comes with a repair kit as standard equipment. If you no longer have the repair kit, you can order a new one from your dealer.
 
Cut a patch of repair material large enough to overlap the damaged area by approximately 1/2", and round off the edges. The repair area must be roughed up using sandpaper or other abrasive material for glue to properly adhere to the area. Apply glue to the under side of the repair patch and around the area to be repaired. Too much glue will interfere with a proper repair. Allow adhesive to become tacky for 2-4 minutes, and then place the repair patch on the damaged area. Use a weight to apply 3-5 lbs. of pressure for 12 hours. After the repair patch has dried, apply glue around the edges for a complete seal (dry 4 hours).
 

 
   
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