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Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Trailer Bumper - 96" Long x 3" Wide

Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Trailer Bumper - 96" Long x 3" Wide

Item # D3-96
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This round rubber bumper protects the rear of your trailer and provides cushion for your cargo as you load and unload. Great Prices for the best trailer door parts from Redline. Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Trailer Bumper - 96" Long x 3" Wide part number D3-96 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Redline Trailer Door Parts - D3-96

  • Ramp Door Bumpers
  • Bumper Strip
  • 3 Inch Wide
  • Rubber
  • 96 Inch Long
  • Redline

This round rubber bumper protects the rear of your trailer and provides cushion for your cargo as you load and unload.


Features:

  • Round rubber bumper helps prevent damage to the rear of your trailer
    • Provides cushion to protect your cargo as you load and unload
  • Pre-drilled holes make it easy to bolt onto your trailer
    • 9/16" Bolts are not included
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Overall dimensions: 96" long x 3" wide x 3" tall
  • Pre-drilled bolt hole diameter: 1-1/4"
  • Distance between holes on center: 11"
  • Distance from last hole to end of bumper on either side: 4"
  • Number of holes: 9


Round Tube Length and Width

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WidthABCD
3"96"1-1/4"4"11"


Round Bumper


Initailly designed to mount on the rear of horse trailers to prevent damage to the trailer and the cargo, pre-drilled rubber bumpers have quickly risen in popularity with builders of all types of trailers.



D3-96 Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Bumpers - 3" x 96"





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Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Trailer Bumper - 96" Long x 3" Wide - D3-96

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (98 Customer Reviews)

This round rubber bumper protects the rear of your trailer and provides cushion for your cargo as you load and unload.

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Great replacement bumper. Had to drill new mounting holes in the trailer and steel bar that goes into the new rubber bumper. Used old bar new holes. Added new mounting holes in bumper at both ends. This was required because the old bumper mounting holes were on 16" centers. New bumper on 12" centers. Glad to have this replaced with a quality product.



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My wife was very happy to have a new one on her trailer so the horses wouldn’t get hurt if they bumped their legs against it. Installing went good. Had to redrill holes. Old one was 9 1/2” center. Also had to get longer bolts because new bumper was a little thicker on the mounting side. Overall very pleased with the product. My wife says maybe we will have to get some new wheels also. I don’t think it ever ends haha

David

2/18/2023

The bumper is still just like new and yes it has been tested with horses stepping on it while loading and unloading many times. Very happy with it and give it very high marks for satisfaction.



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As far as I could find this bumper was the only one with the exact hole spacing needed for my horse trailer. Easy to cut to length with a sharp Stanley knife, easy to install, I was thrilled that the metal plate for installation slid in perfectly and I didn't have to mess with that at all. Super happy how it turned out!



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I am very happy with the fit and quality of this bumper. I used it to replace the damaged one on my 2004 Morgan Built horse trailer. Though I needed an 84" instead of 96' I was able to use it by sawing about eight inches off one end making the new one two inches longer on each end than the original so that it covered more of the width of the trailer. The long slotted steel strip from my old bumper slid nicely into place to lay flat against the back wall of the bumper providing a good surface for the nuts to tighten against. The cut-out holes lined up perfectly with the existing studs and were large enough to get my aging girly fingers into in order to thread the nuts onto the studs. The whole arrangement is as secure as the original. I consider this bumper a good value.



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Happy with bumper, installing went grea t.



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This bumper is exactly what we needed! I simply cut a 42” piece from each end with a hand saw. The predrilled holes were a perfect match for our trailer.



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Awesome bumper! Installed on a 1960"s homemade trailer that previously did not have one. The hardest part was drilling for the bolts. It cut very easy with a reciprocating saw.



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Why did I wait so long? Why.did I dread doing this? 10 minutes total time. Battery drill for bolts and sawsall with metal blade to cut off ends. 11 inch oc lined up perfectly. Slam dunk. Thank you etrailer!



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the bumper is of great quality and looks great on my trailer and my horses appreciate the safety it provides.



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This is the 2nd one of these I have installed. After cutting it to size I used drill screws with some fender washers to attach it and it was no problem.



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Great product, exactly what I needed for horse trailer.



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Easy to order and received quicker than expected. The holes matched up to the existing holes on an older Titan trailer. We trimmed off the excess with a cordless handheld saw.



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Looks like what I ordered, have not installed it yet.



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fit was perfect- went on easy.



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Highly satisfied with the company and the customer service provided etc.... Would recommend the site and or products to anyone such as friends or family. My husband and I have been camping with our horses for the last 15 years. Last fall we bought a new horse trailer and it came with a ramp. After several close calls with the ramp and the final straw last weekend when my husband gelding slipped on the ramp and fell on his side we where going to cut it off with a torch. I found your site and your product was exactly what we needed to replace the ramp to our trailer without compromising the looks or value of the trailer. I received the bumper before expected and was exactly what was represented on the site...



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Fit our Cimarron perfectly! It is tuff too. Horses step on it constantly while unloading and it doesn’t stuff or rip. Takes some patience to install and I recommend replacing the inner strip of aluminum. Take your time and drill holes in aluminum as carefully as possible!



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I own a 1989 4 horse Bronco and needed to add a rubber bumper to the back. It took a lot of elbow grease and my Dad's old drills, but I got it mounted. I am glad I did as it now gives me peace of mind when the horses are loading or unloading. I am grateful etrailer had the part. Thank you!



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Easy ordering, quick shipping, reasonable pricing, great reviews, trailer bumper fits our 2004 trailer to a tee. Awesome experience and customer service.
Thank you



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First went to the trailer manufacturer to replace our trailer rubber bumper. They were out of stock and the price was twice as much. We weren't sure about ordering this from someone else, but were VERY pleased! The rubber bumper is EXACTLY what we had before and even predrilled EXACTLY in the same places. It also shipped free and quickly. We couldn't be more pleased and will recommend this to all our friends. This rubber bumper was for our horse trailer, but if we need something for our toy hauler trailer, we'll definately keep your company in mind. Thank you for your good quality service.



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I bought several items to repair and update my Titan horse trailer. These included chrome lug nuts and hub covers for the wheels and a bumper for the back of the trailer. The items were delivered extremely quickly and we'll packaged. All the items were exactly what I wanted and as they were presented. I am very pleased and will purchase from this company again



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Great rubber bumper at a great price, delivered as promised.

Steve

7/8/2020

After a year of intermitent use, I can say I am very happy with this bumper. The horse has stepped on it several times and it has held up. Looks like new!



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very easy to install
loading deck on
my sooner 4 horse trailer
helps to prevent leg injury loading and unloading



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Very quick delivery



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Great quality product . Easy to install. I used portaband saw to cut to length. Used pre drilled holes and used a standard hole saw where I needed extra holes, along with standard drill bits. The material drills and cuts perfectly. Nice quality product. This was being used to replace my work out bumper on my horse trailer. Looks like oem replacement .



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Its a great product.


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    The Redline Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Bumper # D2-96 can be installed in a variety of ways depending on the nature of the trailer. The holes are drilled all the way through to allow user-supplied hardware to mount it. We also offer a larger size bumper # D3-96 that measures 3-inches x 3-inches. No special tool is required for installation; you will use whatever tool is appropriate for the fasteners you choose.
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  • Could Pre-Drilled Round Rubber Trailer Bumper # d3-96 be Trimmed Down to 84 inches
    The bumper part # D3-96 that you referenced is our best option and could work for you but you will need to make some modifications. You would need to cut it down to the 84 inch length you need and would also need to drill new holes in it that line up with the dimensions that match what you need as this has a distance of 11 inches between it's holes as-is.
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  • Fastener Recommendation to Attach Round Rubber Bumper D3-96
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