Badger Tire Wheel Plastic Trailer Fenders

Priced: $35.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Badger Tire Wheel Plastic Trailer Fenders -
Replace rusted, dented metal boat trailer fenders or add gravel protection to any trailer with these durable plastic fenders. These fenders will not chip or rust, and are sturdy enough to safely stand on when loading a boat. Front and rear step pads provided. Mounting brackets not included. Made in USA. Per each.
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Badger Tire Wheel Plastic Trailer Fenders Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

good for replacing old rusty metal fenders

These fenders were good for me to use to replace the sagging rusty metal fenders that came on the trailer. I had to modify somewhat the fender mounting brackets so they would work on my trailer. Overall though I am happy with the way they look
jetman66 at Cabelas on 05/06/2008

Fenders

Great product and was easilt installed
DocDB at Cabelas on 06/27/2007

Negative Reviews:

Plastic Replacement Fenders for Shorelander Traile

I tried to retro fit them to a shorelander trailer. They would not fit, due to the spacing on the trailer. I am told that the only replacement trailer fenders have to come from Shorelander for that reason...Cost me quite a bit of money for something that did not work in the return process.
AndoII at Cabelas on 06/16/2009

Neutral Reviews:

Fender Review

If you just order the fender alone, there are no instructions to tell you what size/type screw to use. You are left on your own to figure that out since no screws were included. I found out later that the screws are included if you order the brackets for the fender. Anyway, the fender broke off in some severe wind (and quite a bumpy road) after one week of use. It literally just ripped off the trailer while driving. It could have possibly been due to the type of screws used, but I don't know.
Marionat at Cabelas on 06/17/2008