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bklimek

Ranger Trailer Repair

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Does anyone have any referrals for Ranger Trailer Repair here in the metro (preferably NW Metro)?  I blew a tire and it opened a hole the size of a softball in the fiberglass fender.  Also appears to have some stress fractures in the corners.  Yikes!!!

BK

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31 minutes ago, bklimek said:

Does anyone have any referrals for Ranger Trailer Repair here in the metro (preferably NW Metro)?  I blew a tire and it opened a hole the size of a softball in the fiberglass fender.  Also appears to have some stress fractures in the corners.  Yikes!!!

BK

Call George's Repair Center over on hwy 65

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Abra in Elk River does fiberglass repair work. I have had them fix a fiberglass fender ironically on my last boat from someone clipping it at the ramp. 

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Not sure if they do Fiberglass, but we took my wife's Mustang to the Albertville Body shop and they did a good job. 

Or try duct tape, just use the colored stuff as the top layer!

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I had the same thing happen onto way home from storage.  Thank god I have a tandem trailer or I would have been dragging the Ranger down the high way.

Curious if you liked into insurance coverage on your fender? They aren't cheap, maybe $2k each.

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