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Commandohorn 09-13-2007 04:32 PM

Bow and fender pads
 
I have a 1988 Tri Star 190 trailer with dual axles. I need new bow pads, (the "V") and both fender pads. Anybody know of a source to purchase? I made my own years ago, covering plywood with carpet. I want something a little nicer this go around! Thanks in advance!

Ryan 09-13-2007 04:42 PM

You can find all sorts of sheets/blocks of plastic like the one's on my boat for cheap.

chudson 09-13-2007 05:06 PM

Did you check the "MARKETPLACE" in the red box in the upper right corner of your screen?

east tx skier 09-13-2007 05:23 PM

Try HDPE. Ought to work great in those locations.

Commandohorn 09-14-2007 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by chudson
Did you check the "MARKETPLACE" in the red box in the upper right corner of your screen?

Checked that...nothing there.

pilot02 09-14-2007 11:31 AM

It came with carpeted plywood when new.


HDPE might be an option. LEt us know what ya find.. (I've got an 89 tristar w tandem myself).

east tx skier 09-14-2007 11:43 AM

On the v-bunk, they were using some composite in the 90s that tended to crumble over the years. Since the vbunk doesn't tend to get wet, I'd just use wood there. The fenders, if they're cut, would be a good candidate for HDPE since they're always submerged at the ramp, aren't supporting anythign, and may not drain the same as bunks. On the newer trailers, the carpet was just glued to the wheel wells.

alp 09-24-2007 08:56 AM

Try Trailers by Dorsey. With the serial number and year they should be able to provide oem parts.

http://www.trailersbydorsey.com/

homer12 10-29-2012 10:56 AM

digging up an old thread, but how do you attach the fender pads inside? with wood screws through the fender flange? I did this but the scews didn't hold well. I can't through bolt them because of damage to the boat and counter sinking them wouldn't leave much material left since it is 3/4" plywood. Any thoughts?

TxsRiverRat 10-29-2012 11:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by homer12 (Post 887364)
digging up an old thread, but how do you attach the fender pads inside? with wood screws through the fender flange? I did this but the scews didn't hold well. I can't through bolt them because of damage to the boat and counter sinking them wouldn't leave much material left since it is 3/4" plywood. Any thoughts?

Hot glue gun - use alot of glue


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