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Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1

Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1

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This L-shape bracket makes it simple to bolt a 7" wide, round fender to your single-axle trailer with 8" or 12" wheels. Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion. Two brackets are required to mount one fender. 1-800-496-5010 to order CE Smith accessories and parts part number CE26061G or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all CE Smith products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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CE Smith Accessories and Parts - CE26061G

  • Trailer Fenders
  • Mounting Brackets
  • 8 Inch Wheels
  • 12 Inch Wheels
  • CE Smith
  • 6 Inch Wide
  • 2-1/4 Inch Tall

This L-shape bracket makes it simple to bolt a 7" wide, round fender to your single-axle trailer with 8" or 12" wheels. Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion. Two brackets are required to mount one fender.


Features:

  • Sturdy bracket lets you mount a fender to your trailer's frame
  • Bolts onto trailer frame and fender - mounting hardware not included
  • Constructed of strong, 3/16" galvanized steel that resists corrosion
  • Made in USA


Specs:

  • Quantity: 1 fender-mounting bracket
    • Note: 2 brackets are required to mount 1 fender
  • Application: 7" wide fenders for single-axle trailers; designed for 8" and 12" wheels
  • Dimensions: 6" wide x 5-1/4" tall
  • Diameter of mounting holes (each): 3/8"


This L-shape bracket makes it easy to mount a fender to your trailer. Simply bolt the fender to a bracket through the two top holes, and then bolt the bracket to the trailer through two of the side holes. The bracket has three holes that let you adjust the height.



26061G 3/16", Galvanized Steel Fender Mounting Bracket by CE Smith - 7" Wide Fenders - 8" or 12" Wheels





Video of Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for CE Smith Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fenders Installation

Today on our trailer we'll be taking a look at and installing the CE Smith Mounting Brackets for trailer fenders. They're available in 2-pack with part number CE26061G-2 and by themselves, part number CE26061G. These L-shaped fender brackets are made out of a corrosion resistant galvanized steel. They're are going to be a great replacement option for your old worn out brackets as you see here. The side with the 2 holes measures 6 inches long and the holes, center on center are 3 1/2 inches apart. The side with the 3 holes measures 5 1/4 inches long and the holes are 1 3/4, center on center, apart.

The one in the very center is 7/8 center to center. It's going to work out great for trailers with 8 to 12 inch wheels and 7 inch wide fenders. Now, I'll show you how to go ahead and get them installed. First thing I'm going to do is go ahead and get that wheel out of our way. You don't have to remove the wheel but I'm going to give us just a little more room to work. Now let's go ahead and remove our old fender brackets.

I'm going to remove these 2 bolts here. You can see with just got a piece there so mainly just take off this one. We want to be sure to hold onto our hardware because the brackets do not come with any hardware. Now let's grab our new bracket and set it into place. Now, we want to make sure that the bracket is all the way up against the side that's going to be sitting closest to our trailer.

We want to get it as close to this side as we can. As you can see, 1 hole lines up here but this one doesn't over here. That's okay, we can drill a hole out here. Before we do that, I want to put both brackets in place, not only so I can mark the holes to drill them out but so I can test fit it to my trailer frame. Let's test fit it to see which of our 3 holes we'll be using. It looks like we're going to be able to make our middle holes work.

Now, let's go ahead and turn our fender over and mark out where we need to drill. I'm just going to go ahead and line it up with the center here. Now I'm going to drill out a pilot hole first, that way I can step it up to a larger bit and it'll be a little bit easier for me. We'll just start. That holds about 7/16 of an inch. Now with the holes drilled out on our L-brackets, let's go ahead and get those mounted. Again, we're just going to using the same hardware. You can see how the bolt came through our new hole there. Again, we want to make sure that our bracket is all the way up against our fender here. This is the side that's going to go up against our frame. With that in place let's tighten it down. Now with both brackets in place, let's go ahead and place it on our trailer frame. As we said before, we're going to be using the center bolts. We're going to be using our old hardware. If you want you can just use a regular bolt, just as long as it goes all the way through the frame. For the other side, you want to be sure to use a lock washer or a lock nut. Now you may notice the space between the bracket and the frame here, that'll just suck up when we tighten it. Just going to put on our little lock washer here. Then the 2 nuts. Give it a little shake test there. Looks like it's not going anywhere. Let's go ahead and put our tire back on. That's going to complete our look and install of the CE Smith Mounting Brackets for trailer fenders. Part number CE26061G-2.

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Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1 - CE26061G

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)

This L-shape bracket makes it simple to bolt a 7" wide, round fender to your single-axle trailer with 8" or 12" wheels. Galvanized steel construction resists corrosion. Two brackets are required to mount one fender.

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Don't know if I ordered the wrong brackets for my plastic fenders, but I had to modify the brackets to fit my old trailer frame and the new fenders. I am still satisfied with my order.




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a very heavy duty bracket, i have no worries they will last forever supporting a heavy for its size steel fender. i should add here that while i don' expect i'll need assistance with the product, i have every confidence that e trailer would provide it quickly and accurately. i recently purchased a weight distribution hitch that i thought oversized for my application. i called e trailer and was well into a very informed response from a customer service person when she very kindly mentioned that i had actually purchased the item elsewhere (through amazon but i thought that the supplier was e trailer) but carried on with an explanation of the exact model that i should have purchased for my application as well as how this piece of equipment actually worked. she wished me well with my project and said to call her if i had any questions about installation when i received the correct replacement from the other company. how great is that!




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Brackets are heavy duty , and should last forever. The fenders can't be beat for the price. The tires and rims will make a tired old trailer look sharp again. Thanks etrailer !




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NONE of there brackets fit plastic fenders, had to redrill to make work.


Comments
We have been adding more brackets to fit more fenders, including brackets for some plastic fenders like part CE26065PGA .
-- Etrailer Expert Patrick B - 04/09/2015


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These fenders are perfect for my trailer. Way better then I was expecting. They are stronger and look really nice.




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Good product for an awesome price. Used them to mount my trailer fenders, Fulton F008550 and they worked perfectly.




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Items fit very nicely, had to drill an additional hole to fit my fender but very sturdy bracket




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Good quality




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Shipping was quik, description was accu rate.




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Shipping was quik, description was accu rate.




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Like the finder brace , I used two out of three hold I needed to drill only one to macke it work on my project . T finder is good enough to stand on now ..




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Good stout bracket. Always appreciate the how to videos too.




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excellent product




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Did the job




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good price ,excellent delivery time




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wish it was bigger




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Great quality and price.



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See what our Experts say about this CE Smith Accessories and Parts

  • Are Bolts Included with the CE Smith Fender Mounting Brackets # CE26061G-2
    Mounting bolts are not included with the CE Smith fender mounting brackets, # CE26061G-2. You will want to use 3/8 inch stainless steel bolts with stainless nuts and lock washers or stainless nylon locking nuts to mount these brackets to your fenders. I attached a photo showing the brackets attached to a fender for you to see the hardware used.
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  • What Length Bolts Should be Used to Mount a Fender to a Trailer
    The length of the hardware used to secure a fender using brackets such as # CE26061G-2 is going to depend on how thick the trailer frame is where the brackets and fender will be installed. You could bolt all the way through the frame which would mean the hardware would have to be longer than the frame is wide. But if you didn't want to bolt it through the frame then the threaded part of the hardware would have to be shorter than the frame is wide. I would go with self-tapping hardware...
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  • Replacement Fender Brackets For Trailer With 12 Inch Wheels.
    For a trailer with 12 inch wheels, I suggest using the Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fender - 8"-12" Wheel, # CE26061G-2. These brackets are galvanized to resist corrosion and rust. These brackets mount to the trailer frame and the fender. They are sturdy 3/16 Inch thick and measure 6 inches wide and 5-1/4 inches tall. I've attached a review video for you along with an installation video. Two brackets are required per fender. These are a universal application so the specific fit will...
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  • Mounting Brackets for CE Smith CE26061G-2 Trailer Fenders
    We do indeed offer galvanized mounting brackets as part # CE26061G-2, sold in a quantity of 2. The fenders can also be welded into place, if desired. We do not offer a closed-back fender in this particular size. I've linked to an install video showing how the brackets are used.
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  • Bolt Hole Spacing of the CE Smith Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fender
    I went out to the warehouse and measured the Mounting Brackets item # CE26061G-2 you referenced. The bolt hole spacing on the side with two holes is 3-1/2". The diameter of the bolt holes is 3/8". I have linked a diagram I made below.
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  • Does the CE Smith Single-Axle Trailer Fender CE17700G Have Pre-Drilled Mounting Holes
    You are correct. There are no holes in the CE Smith trailer fender, # CE17700G. To mount these fenders you can use mounting brackets # CE26061G-2.
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  • What is the Width of the CE Smith Single-Axle Trailer Fender # CE17701G
    The CE Smith Single-Axle Trailer Fender, # CE17701G, has an actual width of 7-1/16 inches. I pulled the fender from our warehouse and made a video showing you with width and I also attached a close-up photo of the measurement. If you find that this trailer will work for you, you may also be interested in the Fender Mounting Brackets, # CE26061G-2. We recommend using 3/8 inch stainless steel bolts with stainless steel nuts and lock washers to mount the brackets to the fender.
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  • Need Suggestion on Fenders That Fit 12" Wheels?
    If you currently have 8" wheels and want to eventually to upgrade to 12" wheels, I recommend CE Smith Trailer Fenders # CE17701G. I recommended these fenders because these can either be bolted-on or welded-on to make for a simpler install. These fenders are 23-1/2" Long x 7" wide x 6-1/2" tall. Made of 16-gauge steel, this round, pre-galvanized fender can be painted to match your trailer. You get both a stylish look and years of use. It bolts to your trailer and fits 12" wheels. If you...
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  • For CE Smith Fenders # CE17700G, Use CE Smith # CE26061G-2 Mounting Brackets
    For CE Smith Fenders # CE17700G, Use CE Smith # CE26061G-2 Mounting Brackets, each ideal for 8" wheels. I have attached links for both and review videos.
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  • Fender Bracket Kit For The CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender CE17717
    For the CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender # CE17717, the Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fender # CE26061G-2 will work for 8-1/2” wheels and are sold individually. Included are video resources with more information on this bracket kit.
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  • Trailer Fender Recommendation for 4 by 6 Cargo Trailer
    For a metal trailer fender the part # CE17701G would be a great option for a smaller trailer like what you have. I attached a picture of what it looks like installed on a similar trailer. I also attached a review video for the fenders. For install brackets the part # CE26061G-2 would be a great option as well.
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  • Fender Bracket Mount Options for Fulton Fender F008559
    There really is several ways people can mount the fenders part # F008559 that you referenced. The Fulton fender is designed to be mounted with your existing hardware, or with brackets designed that are specific to the trailer frame on which they are to be installed. Trailer fender brackets like the part # CE26061G are designed to fit as many applications as possible, at times drilling additional holes in the bracket can be necessary. I am confident you would be able to get this bracket...
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  • How to Mount Camco CAM59005 Automatic Changeover Propane Regulator
    Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59005 does not include a mounting plate or bracket and we do not sell these as separate items. Often dual tank setups have a regulator mount built in. You can always use a simple bracket to mount it securely. Something like galvanized fender mounting bracket # CE26098G or # CE26061G will work in many applications. If not, a trip to your local hardware store should provide workable options.
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  • Does the CE Smith Trailer Fender Have Two Rounded Edges
    The CE Smith Single-Axle Trailer Fender # CE17701ATB that you referenced has rounded edges on both sides of the fender. Check out the picture I attached that shows that both sides of the fender have rounded edges. You may also be interested in purchasing CE Smith Trailer Fender Brackets # CE26061G-2.
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  • Recommended Trailer Fender for 5.30-12 Tires on Boat Trailer
    We have a large selection of trailer fenders that are designed to work with 12 inch wheels like what your 5.30-12 tires are mounted to. I recommend looking at the CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender # CE17701ATB. This is a very nice aluminum fender that measures 23-1/2 inches long and 7 inches wide. Its sturdy construction will do a great job of resisting corrosion and will work perfectly on a boat trailer. I have included a video demonstration so you can see exactly what it looks like....
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  • Availability of Trailer Fender Install Brackets
    We carry several trailer fender bracket options you could use to install the Fenders # CE19502-2 which I attached a link to on this page. The most popular option is the larger L-bracket part # CE26061G-2. I attached an install video for these for you to check out as well.
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  • Correct Mounting Brackets for CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fenders
    The correct mounting brackets for the CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fenders part # CE19500-2 are the Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fender part # CE26061G-2. These brackets will line up with the pre-drilled holes in the fender.
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  • What Fender Clearance do You Recommend for Mounting Fenders to My Trailer?
    We generally recommend at least 3 inches from the top of the tire to the bottom well of the fender and at least 3 inches from the bracket attachment. This accommodates for spring deflection. However, if the tire is not making any contact with either the fender or the fender bracket, you should be OK. As far as retrofitting, you will be able to attach fenders of a different size depending on the size of your wheels. If you have 8-12 inch wheels, for example, you can use the CE Smith Single...
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  • Mounting Hardware For The CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender # CE17701ATB
    To install The CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender # CE17701ATB on your trailer you will need the Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fender # CE26061G-2, you will have to source the mounting hardware at your local hardware store. The brackets bolt right onto your trailer frame and fender. They're constructed of a sturdy, 3/16 inch galvanized steel that resists corrosion. The diameter of the mounting holes are 3/8 inch. Two brackets are required to mount one fender. I attached a review video...
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  • Recommended Replacement Fenders for Corrosion Resistance
    We have the CE Smith Single Axle Trailer Fender - Pre-Galvanized Steel Fender # CE17701G but we do not have any galvanized options that don't still require paint for best corrosion resistance. Pre-galvanized has a zinc coating that is thinner than the requirement for fully galvanized and thus doesn't have the same resistance to corrosion. If you want the superior corrosion resistance and non-painted look, you may want to consider the aluminum fender options. We have the CE Smith Single...
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  • Karavan Trailer Fender Bracket Replacement
    The Galvanized Steel, L-Shaped, Bolt-On Bracket for Plastic, Single-Axle Trailer Fender PF775X21W Item # PF775-BKT is 7-1/2 inches by 4 inches and the Mounting Bracket for Trailer Fender - 8" and 12" Wheels - Galvanized Steel - Qty 1 # CE26061G is 6 inches by 5-1/4 inches. These are the closest options we have to what you have described.
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  • Choosing Fenders for a Small Sailboat Trailer
    The fenders we carry are arranged by wheel size. Fender # F008563 is good for 13 inch wheels. I would need to know the tire size to make the best recommendation. Attaching the fender to the eyelet might be difficult but you would need to use an L-bracket such as # CE26061G-2 and attach it to the same mounting point as the eyelet and then to the fender. I have included a link to our fender main page to the right so you can browse based on wheel size. The measurements are provided on each...
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  • Replacing Rusted Fenders and Brackets With Plastic Fenders on Trailer With 12 Inch Tires
    The closest plastic fender to your current fenders that we carry is the Fulton Plastic Fender, # F008542, that you referenced. This fender measures 7-1/2 inches wide at the base and 6-3/8 inches wide at the top. It is 23-11/16 inches long and 8-11/16 inches tall. The mounting brackets that you will want are the Mounting Brackets for Trailer Fenders, # CE26061G-2. These brackets do not include the mounting hardware, but have 3/8 inch diameter mounting holes.
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  • Fulton Single Axle Trailer Fenders with Top and Side Steps # F008574-2 Bracket Kit
    The recommended mounting brackets for the Fulton Single Axle Trailer Fenders with Top and Side Steps # F008574-2 that you referenced is the bracket kit part # CE26061G which we have found works well.
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