Ranger Boat Trailer Fenders | Fisherman 108 x 12 Tandem Axle (Set of 2)

Boat part number 1082345 is a new set of Ranger Fisherman boat tandem axle trailer fenders from Ranger Boats, part number unavailable.
made for Ranger Boats
$1,999.95 MSRP: $2,594.85
GLS Stock #: 1082345-4WBD3
Only 1 left
Boat part number 1082345 is a new set of Ranger Fisherman boat tandem axle trailer fenders from Ranger Boats, part number unavailable. These OEM fenders are THE SAME used by Ranger for their Ranger Fisherman models! (exact years unavailable).
These carbon mist colored fiberglass tandem trailer fenders have a red trim and feature steps pads and Fisherman logo in the center. Fenders include pre-wired LED lights.

Each fender measures approximately 108 1/2" W x 12" D x 19 1/2" H overall and 72" wide inside from wheelwell to wheelwell (see photos).

Sold as a set of 2 (port and starboard set).

These fenders were removed from a yard damaged trailer and may show signs of previous installation. Rivets are already in place, as seen in photos. Still in new, unused condition. Fenders are undamaged, but may have minor scuffs or scratches from storage and handling. Don't miss your chance to save hundreds off the MSRP!

  • Boat Manufacturer: Ranger Boats
  • Model: Fisherman
  • Color: Carbon Mist (Metallic Gray) / Red
  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Type: Tandem Axle
  • Style: Step
  • Fender Size: 108 x 12
  • Overall Dimensions: 108 1/2" W x 12" D x 19 1/2" H
  • Inside Width/Wheelwell Width: 72"
  • Lights: Yes

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Because of the size and/or commodity of this item, we must ship via truckline. The shown freight cost is for the LOWER 48 STATES ONLY and shipped to a business at a commercial address WITH LOADING DOCK. We can ship to your residence, or possibly a nearby terminal. We can also offer international shipping. Please call or email for a shipping quote if needed.

Product Questions

Do they have the back rock guard plate
Question by: Farley Fowler on Dec 15, 2021, 3:46 PM
Hello Farley,

Sorry no, they are just the fenders as shown.

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Dec 16, 2021, 7:55 AM
Is this the best price you can give me on this set of fenders? They will need to be shipped to Texas 77707. Also can you also give me a total price with delivery?
Question by: Ben Read on Jun 18, 2021, 11:22 PM
Hello Ben,

We have a couple shipping options for you:

1) Ship to your residence: $436.63
2) Ship to Fedex Freight terminal in Beaumont: $326.64

If you care to make an offer on them, we can pass it on and get back to you!

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Jun 20, 2021, 10:57 AM
i have a 1998 ranger Comanche boat tandem axles need left and right side do they fit my boat trailer
Question by: Charles Bates on May 12, 2021, 9:01 AM
Hello Charles,

This would be a left side/right side set, but I'm afraid we don't have any way to cross reference them to specific trailers. You'd pretty much need to measure where you'd mount them on your trailer and see if the dimensions work.

Sorry we could not help more.

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on May 12, 2021, 12:08 PM
Do you have them in single axle also?
Question by: Rod clos on Apr 6, 2021, 7:57 PM
Hello Rod,

Unfortunately we do not at this time, and they are not something we can source or order. The only singles we have are shown here:

Link: https://www.greatlakesskipper.com/boat-trailers-and-accessories/fenders/trailer-fenders

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Apr 7, 2021, 10:56 AM
Hi i'm working on a 2000 ranger 520dvx are these the right one's, burgandy 20 ft 9 in trailer. Thanks and Have a Great Day. !!
Question by: rocky's body shop on Feb 8, 2021, 4:50 PM
Hi Rocky,

I'm afraid we have no way to cross reference fenders to specific boats/trailers. You see, we aren't dealers/distributors - we purchase overstock and excess marine accessories. You'd pretty much need to either contact a Ranger dealer or just go by the measurements in the ad.

Sorry we could not help.

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Feb 9, 2021, 9:14 AM