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Posted on September 6th 2018
To Measure Length- Measure across the fender length from lip to lip at the bottom.
To Measure Height- Measure from the lower lip of the fender to the very top of the fender.
To Measure Width- Measure from the trailer wall to the outside lip of the fender.
The exact procedures may vary depending on what kind of paint you are going to use. Clean oily residue using acetone as a solvent. The blue industrial paper towels made for shop use work well for this. Dampen one towel with solvent and hold a clean dry towel in the other hand. Work small areas [...]
Trailer Fender Replacement Installing or replacing a trailer fender can easily be accomplished by yourself with just a few basic tools. A fender can typically be mounted and replaced in under an hour. This article will go over the steps needed to install a new or replace an old fender. Tools Needed:Screwdriver or Welding GunWheel Chock, [...]
Fenders can be damaged in many different ways. Most commonly, from tire blowouts while traveling down the road. The best way to prevent this is to take proper maintenance precautions when it comes to your tires. Always be sure that your tires are inflated to their MAX PSI rating. This will help support the sidewall [...]
Steel Gauge to Inches & Millimeters United States Steel Gauge Inches Millimeters 6 0.2031 5.160 7 0.1875 4.760 8 0.1719 4.370 9 0.1563 3.970 [...]
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