Trailer Lid Deck Protectors
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The deck protectors/3M™ package is the ultimate protection package to ensure the long-lasting beauty of the trailer paint and gel coat surfaces.   The deck protectors consists of 5 raised strips of black durable trim that are installed on the lid of the trailer to provide protection against scratching from cargo and to provide an attractive bold accent.   The 3M chip guard is a clear paint protection film applied to the front of the trailer body,  lid,  and painted fenders to provide chip protection from flying road debris and rocks.




Deck protectors are primarily used to protect the finish of your painted fiberglass trailer from being damaged due to unforeseen accidents or carelessness that would normally result in unintended scratches to lids of tent trailers. The deck protectors also enhance the richness and beauty of the color of your Tentrax trailer by adding depth and character. Popular among those who want to protect their investment, deck protectors allow the trailer lid finish to last for years and still look new.

An extrusion process is used to create the deck protectors which are made from hard black embossed materials. The advantage of this process is that it forms finished parts with an excellent surface finish. The backing of the deck protectors utilizes acrylic foam technology which has been proven to be very reliable with a tremendous bonding ability to withstand rigorous environmental testing. The deck protectors are centered along the entire length of each of the five raised ribs of the trailer's fiberglass reinforced lid. When installed, each of the five top ribs doubles in height, increasing the clearance between the lid and any object that might attempt to come in contact with it.

These deck protectors are extremely sturdy and durable, withstanding amazing punishment and yet still look new even after years of wear and service. Additionally, these deck protectors are easy to care for, just wash annually with soap and water to keep that new shine look. Their richness adds the perfect contrast to any color of trailer, as well as, adds depth and character. Practical, durable, decorative, and beautiful all adds up to the perfect look and feel that shows pride in ownership from the day you take possession of your Tentrax travel trailer. You'll discovery why everyone agrees that deck protectors are a bold move and a must have on every Tentrax.


This rugged urethane film helps protect the beauty and integrity of the automotive finish of the Tentrax trailer against stone chips, bug damage, abrasion, and weathering. The chip guard film is transparent and virtually invisible, and does not alter the trailer's appearance. Because this film is available only as a clear film it is designed to match the gloss levels of today's automotive factory clear coat paint systems. Only at close range is a faint line slightly visible at the material's edge and completely unnoticeable from a short distance away. Your trailer will appear as if nothing was done to it.

The chip guard is applied to the vulnerable exterior painted surfaces such as tent trailer body, lid, and painted fenders. Our trained and certified professional installers have over 12 years experience applying the 3M Clear Vinyl Chip Guard. These installers are highly skilled in applying the protective film around the compound curves of the Tentrax trailer body,  lid,  and fenders and have extensive experience in automobile and motor home applications as well.

3M Clear Vinyl Chip Guard resists yellowing because the film is constructed of thermoplastic urethane, a tough, conformable material that is covered by a clear coat layer. The film and clear coat layers contain UV protectants to counteract the harmful ultraviolet rays that cause yellowing. The film is easily cared for by simply washing the trailer. 3M paint protection film has an average life span of between seven and eight years.

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Last updated on April 7, 2017