Redline Trailer Fenders - Top and Side Step - PF11X35W Review

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Today we're going to be taking a look at the Plastic Single-Axle Trailer Fender with Top and Side Steps. That fenders are going to cover tires on your trailer, they act as a splash guard which is going to help keep road debris from hitting other vehicles, and it's going to help protect your trailer's cargo. This one's going to be designed for single-axle trailers, it works great for marine applications. It's constructed of a nice durable white plastic construction. It's going to feature a corrosion and impact resistant design, and as you can see, the unit provides three steps, so you're going to have one step on top, and then you're going to have one for the front, and one for the rear, so really nice design. The unit's going to feature a weight capacity of around 200 pounds. Each step does have a tread surface, which is going to increase the amount of grip that it provides, so it's going to add grip and it's going to increase safety. Now the unit does require two installation brackets, those items are sold separately, they can be found here at etrader.com.

The part number for the bracket and you'll need two of them, is PF1135-DKT, and then if you use -2, you can buy two at the same time. If you flip it over you'll notice that it does have the holes right here for the brackets, so the holes are pre-drilled. Now these holes are going to be separated on center apart from one another by 5-5/8 of an inch. The product is made right here in the USA. This is designed for 13 to 15 inch wheel and tire assemblies on single-axle trailers. To give you a better idea of what it will fit, what we can do is we can take a measurement. You see here that the bracket area has a flat side, so I'm going to take a measurement from bracket location to bracket location, or mount surface to mount surface.

We can see that that's going to give us a measurement of 32-3/4 of an inch wide. Right up here, where the curvature of the fender comes to a stop, if we measure it from there to the same point on the other side, that's going to give us a measurement of about 31-1/2 to 31-3/4 of an inch. That's going to be the inner diameter at the widest point. Now when it comes to the overall dimensions of the fender itself, the overall length from edge to edge is going to measure 45 inches long, that's measuring from this point right here to the same point on the other side. When it comes to the height, it's going to measure around 13 inches tall. I also took a measurement from the back of the skirt right here, to the outermost point right here in the center, and that gave us a measurement of around 11-5/16 of an inch wide. Now when it comes to the surfacing of the steps, the ones on the sides, those are going to give us a measurement front to back of around 11 inches, and then a width measurement of about six inches, going to be the same on each side.

The one here on top is going to measure about six inches wide by seven inches deep. Then again it does have the skirt here on the back, so it's that solid piece here on the backside of the fender. That's going to do it for today's look at the Plastic Single-Axle Trailer Fender with the Top and Side Steps.


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