Fenders are an important part of trailers. They keep things looking and working well and you would be hard-pressed to find a high-quality trailer without one. But if something has happened to your trailer fender or if you are renovating an older model with a bit of age showing on it, then you're in the right place. With our selection of high-quality trailer fenders, you can get your towable trailer back on the road with a terrific fender.
Fenders are designed to protect the trailer and other vehicles while you're on the road, catching and deflecting any debris that is thrown up by your trailer tires. Without this fender, you could cause a lot of damage from the debris, both to your trailer and to other vehicles. To prevent this, you would add a fender. They come in various sizes and are available for a variety of setups such as single, double, and tandem arrangements. In addition to keeping your trailer and other vehicles from harm, the material of the fender itself is quite durable. There are many materials that it can be made of, however, steel and aluminum are common. Just make sure to add a protective coat to it to prevent any water damage from occurring.
Trailer fenders add to the overall look of the trailer. Just like you wouldn't want to see a car without a bumper, you wouldn't want to see a trailer without a fender; it's just wrong. When you add a high-quality fender to your trailer, you can keep it looking nice for longer. But how exactly do you measure for the fender? Measurements rely on a length x height x width scale, with the length measuring across the fender from lip to lip at the bottom, the height measuring from the lower lip of the fender to the very top of the fender, and the width measuring from the trailer wall to the outside lip of the fender. Once you've got your fender and added in a protective spray, you can install it and get your trailer back on the road.