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Old 17 March 2009, 07:13   #1
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Anyone know where I can get Galvanised mudguards with the step either side for a single axle trailer?
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You mean fenders? Any trailer shop, I'd think...

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You mean fenders? Any trailer shop, I'd think...

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Can only find the plastic ones.
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Sure I have a link on my PC at home that will be able to help.
Unfortunately I'm unlikely to be home before @9:30pm so will look then.

Do you have any dimentions?



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Sure I have a link on my PC at home that will be able to help.
Unfortunately I'm unlikely to be home before @9:30pm so will look then.

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Not sure on the dimensions. It's got 13 inch wheels and I think they come in standard sizes? .....well it's the trailer you used for the canoes. Got a good memory?
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it's the trailer you used for the canoes. Got a good memory?

The one below?

I'd forgotten they were bent.

I have access to the mudguards in the third pic, but they don't have the step. Do you want me to get you a price anyway?

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Sounds like cross-Atlantic confusion.

http://www.championtrailers.com/FEND...galvanized.htm

As far as I've seen, the galvanised ones do not have steps.

My trailer has a pair of galv fenders, but they mount to a couple of brackets (per side) that form a step surface. Sort of like the middle ones here, but for a single axle:
http://www.championtrailers.com/UNDERCARRIAGES.htm

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The steps are seperate bits that also act as brackets to mount the mudguards/Fenders.

They do bend very easily if you cut a corner with the trailer and bash them on something.

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Still no steps but try this too: http://www.towsure.com/category/5128...teel_Mudguards
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Anyone know where I can get Galvanised mudguards with the step either side for a single axle trailer?
John...my trailer has steps on the mudguards but as they're inboard of the tubes they're next to useless for getting in and out the boat.

May sure they'll be of practical use before shedding a load of dosh
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