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Old 06-29-2020, 12:19 AM   #1
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Fender Skirt 36 RL-Redwood

36RL 2016-We have lost our fender skirt today while traveling. Split in half. I've been told that Redwood will not release the part number....is this true? I know there are a couple of places online that you can order; however, our fender is trimmed to fit (obviously Redwood did this when it was built), this makes it's almost impossible to have accurate measurements. The driver's side fender is different. The skirt we are missing is on the dinning slide.
I'm hoping that some of the Officers of this group can help with contact information for Redwood. We are traveling for the month and would love to get this resolved. Thank you so much...

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Old 06-29-2020, 12:55 AM   #2
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Replacements are the same for right and left sides and are all one piece and must be cut to fit.
Checkout the tread "Looking for fender flare for 2012 36RL"
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Old 06-29-2020, 04:04 AM   #3
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I just replaced mine with the "Icon" Brand. they do have some colors but to make then look good they will have to be painted. They are more of a pebble texture but they are stronger than the OEM that are junk
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Old 07-04-2020, 04:34 PM   #4
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Call Tiara RV. I bought one from them. They may only come in black now, but buying two of them to match may well be cheaper than having them painted.
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Found the perfect fender (for full body paint) on Amazon. So disappointing that I couldn't get any support from the manufacturer for a part number (wasn't asking for the part just the part number)... However, Elk Mountian's parts manager was beyond amazing to work with... Jennifer and her team made sure I was getting the right one. Perfect transaction!
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Old 07-26-2020, 06:19 PM   #6
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I recently replaced both sides. I bought both through Trekwood. Be careful when using their site as they do not give the measurements for the skirts. I would call to order to be sure. I'm attaching the picture of the bar code with the part number of the skirt for my 13 36RL
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Old 03-04-2021, 03:14 AM   #7
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I have to replace mine on 36fl kitchen slide and need to cut it, anyone have some advice on how to do this, don't want to ruin a new fender flare.
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The Factory Techs use Tin Snips/Sheet Metal shears, or if you're careful you can use a fine tooth hacksaw.
The biggest problem is getting it straight so it matches up with the other section.
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We used a dremel tool. Worked perfect. Perfect match.
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I did mine about 9 months ago. I put blue tape down and then used a fine tooth hack saw. I used the old fender as a template to cut to the correct size. I cut from painted side down and then took a sanding block and cleaned up the burrs on the back side. It turned out great.
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I would recommend to tape it first and mark your cut then use the dremmel
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Thank you all for the suggestions, I practiced on the old fender skirts with the different suggestions of tools to use. The dremel tool with variable speed using the second speed worked best, nice clean cut. Now on to next project of washing and waxing.
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