Trailer Fender Skirt **FREE SHIPPING!** 7-10 business day lead time before it ships ****
This durable UV protected fender skirt comes with four options of colors: White, Black, Gray, and Tan. This is a single fender skirt. To buy a pair CLICK HERE.
RV fender skirts are important for protecting your trailer body from debris from the road and other elements year round. Your fender skirts may eventually start to become brittle and crack from sun exposure and extreme weather changes.
Fender skirts are great for increasing your RV's aesthetics as these skirts can easily be painted to match your exact RV exterior color. These fender skirts can work on single or dual axle trailers that have open fenders. It's important to look at our measurement graph to make sure these are the correct size for your trailer. These trailer fender skirts are easily detachable in case you are adding snow chains or need to make changes to your tires.
Tandem trailer fender skirts are specifically made to reduce drag, which overall increases your RV's fuel efficiency and helps save money. These skirts give your RV a clean factory finished look as well, making your home look great on the road.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 9th 2019
Exact match to the fender damaged when I blew a tire.
Fit like a charm! Great price!
Posted by ljt2520 on Jul 9th 2018
A tire blowout broke the fender skirt on our Prime Time Avenger trailer. The OEM skirt cost 3 times as much as this skirt from RV Parts Nation. 4 stars since this skirt is a bit thinner than the OEM skirt but that shouldn't be a problem. It fit exactly and the price was great. A good find for me!
RV Fender Skirt
Posted by Unknown on Aug 23rd 2017
was very light and installed easily. Screw holes were not lined up, but I used self tapping screws to make new ones. This fender skirt seems pretty flimsy though. Time will tell if it will hold up. I'm expecting to have to replace the skirt in a couple years.
Fit my 2009 Puma just fine
Posted by Unknown on Jul 6th 2017
Great part at half the price of the name brand. A couple of screw holes were not quite centered, but close enough!