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72x10-3/4 Tandem Axle Teardrop 16-Gauge Steel Trailer Fender - One Fender

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SKU:
MCFS211
MPN:
72x1034ST
Size:
72"
Style:
Tandem Axle
Construction:
16 Gauge Steel
Thickness:
.052"
Length:
72 Inches
Width:
10.75 Inches
Height:
20 Inches
Lead Time Applies:
Orders of 10+ may be subject to additional lead times.
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  • RockStopper 72x10-3/4 Tandem Axle Teardrop 16-Gauge Steel Trailer Fender - One Fender
  • RockStopper 72x10-3/4 Tandem Axle Teardrop 16-Gauge Steel Trailer Fender - One Fender
  • RockStopper 72x10-3/4 Tandem Axle Teardrop 16-Gauge Steel Trailer Fender - One Fender
  • RockStopper 72x10-3/4 Tandem Axle Teardrop 16-Gauge Steel Trailer Fender - One Fender
MSRP: $95.99
Now: $77.98
Was: $79.99
— You save $18.01

Description

The RecStuff line of steel trailer fenders combines quality, style and price to offer the customer an exceptional value. Built using the latest production techniques, our steel fenders exceed quality standards that are many times considered to span the industry.

These fenders are American Made, and provide an excellent option for your trailer. This fender is made with of 16-gauge cold rolled steel and provides protection for tandem axle trailers.
Installation:
This fender has a 1" radius lip on the front and a 90-degree-right-angled lip on the back to provide flush mounting to your trailer. The 90-degree-right-angled lip on the back side of the fender points down towards the under side of the fender. There are no pre-drilled holes.
Specifications:

Item #: FS211
Length - 72"
Height - 20"
Width - 10 3/4"
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1 Review

  • 5
    72 x 10-3/4 Tandem Axle Fenders

    Posted by Robert Jasinski on May 2nd 2023

    I installed two of these fenders on my 1993 car trailer about 6 months ago. My welder felt they would look best if they were cut back a bit, so that's what we did, about 3-1/2" off the bottom of front and back (see pictures). They are well made, and just what I needed. To get a better look, gain a step, and keep them from getting vibration cracks like the old ones, steal step pieces were also welded in front and back. Have a look at the pictures, very happy with how they turned out. Bob, Danville CA

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