White plastic boat trailer fenders, available to fit various size trailer wheels. Upgrade your trailer with these high impact polyethelene fenders. UV protected. Designed for normal and low profile tires. Dimensions vary depending on model and wheel it is designed to fit.
The TIE-17026 model (Small) is designed for normal and low profile tires. The fender fits 8 in to 12 in wheels. This fender is 7-3/4 in x 21 in x 5 in and is white in color.
The TIE-44332 model (Large) is constructed of high impact white polyethylene plastic for 14 in and 15 in wheels. This fender can be used for single, double, and triple axle applications. This fender is 11-3/8 in x 45 in x 11 in.
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Tie Down Marine
want to use on duel axil trailer looking to reduce weight on fenders?
they worked and fit greatLighter than steel but Percent of weight saving on Trailer plus boat is small
Yes they will work fine - not quite as sturdy as metal, but the plastic is very strong. They don't cut out the holes for lights, which was a bit of a hassle. Also, it doesn't come with screws and such, however not a big deal.
I found the fenders to be very sturdy. Be sure to order the right fender for a dual axle and the right size tire and you will be happy with the result.
Does the large fender come with pre-cut holes in them to accommodate the lights?
no, but easy to cut with a drill and jig saw
No it doesn't. There are no guide lines either. But the plastic is easily cut with a Dremel.
No the holes are not precut. I drew the openings with a maker after measuring to fit rubber seal for each light. I drilled corner holes and then cut the openings with tin snips and a cutting blade. No power tools used. The plastic cuts fairly easy and I would suggest making sure to not cut the holes too big so that the lights fit snug. Did this three years ago and all is still working well.
I do not think the fenders come with precut holes. But I think it would be easy enough to cut your own holes though.
do I need to purchase fender brackets for white plastic large fender?
If the brackets aren't currently on your trailer, then yes you will need brackets for the front and back of each fender.
I already had brackets. If you don't, you need to buy them
In my case, I did not need a bracket. The bolt holes were already on the trailer and the fender was a perfect match.
For my 99 boat trailer I didn't need brackets. Plastic fender went in place of old fender. Bolted right on trailer. I believe it came with carriage bolts. Easy install. The fenders were almost an exact match.
dear shopper, You will have to buy the mounting brackets seperatly if this install is new. This fender is made by TIEDOWN ENGINEERING and the fender will bolt perfectly to this mounting hardware! My install was a replacement fender and it mounted perfectly to my brackets in the time it took to loosen and retighten the 4 bolts that hold the fender on! steve
Yes. This fender does not come with a fender bracket. If you're replacing an existing fender use your current bracket. In my case the bracket had rusted and broke off when I removed the old fender. I had trouble finding the correct sized U bolts, so I created brackets with long galvanized bolts/lock washers/nuts and two pieces of galvanized steel - 4"(l) x 2"(w) x 1/2"(d).
I replaced fenders and reused my old brackets. If this is a new fender install you most likely need brackets.
will these finders fit a 225/75/15 tire?
Yes it should.
My trailer was missing the right side fender so I was able to measure the other fender. The fenders are reversible so they will mount on either side. I had the 225/75/15 tires. The fender matched the other side and looked great. I am very sastified.
I'm assuming a 225/75/15 tire is a 15" tire. If so, yes these fenders will accept a 15" tire. Sorry, I don't know what the 225/75 stands for.
I was trying a smaller tire, I don't believe these will work with that size tire.
what color are these?
Most of the fender colors portrayed in the catalogue are acurate unless otherwise noted, these are white.
The fenders are white in colour
white, and it fit perfectly...they must be standardized
The fenders are white in color thats what I needed for my boat trailer, not sure if they come in other colors.
Color is white - really white. Surprisingly strong too. I had difficulty this last weekend getting my boat onto the trailer, and without thinking about it, used the fender to step up and get into the boat (I'm 250# +). It was a warm day (75) so I couldn't say what might happen when cold.Hangers/brackets wouldn't work on my trailer so I made a set from basic hardware store "L" brackets.
Does the frnder have cut outs front and back coner for lights?
No, there are no cut outs for the marker lights but it's not hard to make your own. If you have your old fenders you can make measurements and trace a pattern for your opening, drill pilot holes to start a small saw and cut the new opening.
no but the material is very easy to cut, drill, etc with hand tools.
the ones i am replacing do
You can see in the picture of the larger fender the outside corners are cut at a 45 degree angle. The face of the cut out is solid, however, there are molded indentations where you drill holes for the side lights.
No cutouts. But they wouldn't be too hard to add.Overall I like the fender. It is a good replacement.
Yes they do. I was surprised and pleased..perfect fit. there must be a standard in the industry.
can we install lights with this?what does tie down relate to for the boat trailer?
Yes you can install lights on the large plastic trailer fenders. You'll just have to cut the appropriate holes in the fender to fit your lights. Luckily for me, my previous fenders had lights so I copied the location/size and they fit nearly perfectly.
lights - yes but you need a ground wire to the metal of the trailerTie down - straps or link to hold boat down and keep it from shifting on the trailer
Yes, you can install lights on the fender but you will have to cut the holes. I made a template (out of cardboard) for the hole from the original fender, outlined it on the new fender and then used a drill and a cutting knife to make the holes for the lights. After you drill you starter holes, the cutting knife cuts through the plastic pretty easily especially if you use a new blade for each of the holes. Also, ask the guys at your local marine/boat shop for any tips.Not sure what you mean about tie down other than the tie down straps that we use to keep the boat secure to the trailer during transport.
You can install side lights on the Large Plastic Fenders. There are pre-drilled holes. I don't have the Small Fenders, and thus don't know. You use eight inch U Bolts to attach the Large Fenders to your trailer. I could not find any locally so I used eight inch galvanized bolts, and 1/4" galvanized bar stock. It's worked perfectly, and cost 1/5th the price of the U Bolts.
Worked as expected.
Fit good. Had to cut holes for lights, but no problem with jig saw.
Plastic Trailer Fenders
The only problem was I had to cut holes for the marker lights in the new fender. Other than that they are perfect!
These are plastic. While great, they'll eventually break and need to be replaced. Stainless steel fenders are good as well, but if they're dented they may cause other issues.