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Old 04-29-2014, 12:45 PM   #1
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RV replacement fender source

My travel trailer has a broken fender from a tire blowout by the previous owner. I saw a lot of posts for Icon Direct and Pelland Enterprises. I was looking for exact replacement with the letters HR in the center and could not find it until now at rvpartssierra.com. They have over 300 tandem fenders available along with bathtubs and other RV parts. They have the mold and make it using fiberglass after the order is placed. Cost for my fender is $125.00 and about $65.00 dollars shipping from California to Jacksonville Florida. It just so happens that they have a mold for a 1998 year and it should fit my 97 travel trailer. I will take measurements after work today to make sure.
I also have to replace the rubber pieces in all the mechanical roll out windows so anyone know of a good source for it.
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Old 05-06-2014, 06:34 AM   #2
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I missed an "s" in the link
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Does anyone have an opinion if fiberglass is better than plastic fenders on an rv?
I am thinking of buying two fiberglass to replace the one plastic.
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