Minimizer releases integrated aftermarket fender bracket

Parts Truck Parts & Service Staff April 4, 2013

Minimizer now offers the only truly integrated aftermarket fender and bracket system available in the industry.

Guaranteed for life, Minimizer says its fenders are made from high-density polyethylene. The material is formed using Minimizer’s proprietary thermoform technology, and the company says it also offers bracket systems made from a similarly indestructible 100 percent composite material.

Minimizer says its bracket systems and fenders are designed to work together to absorb impact. If an impact occurs, they won’t stay bent, both the fender and the bracket simply pop back into shape. And Minimizer bracket systems and fenders are integrated to soften road vibration. They also never crack or need paint, the company says.

The Electro Pneumatic Design allows for drilling of up to 5/8 in. holes in concrete and masonry. For maximum versatility, regardless of application or orientation, the tool also features 2-mode operation, rotary hammer and hammer-only, the company says.

The POWERSTATE brushless motor also works harder, lives longer, and converts energy into power and torque more efficiently than leading competitors. The POWERSTATE motor is completely designed, engineered and built by Milwaukee Tool, providing up to 6,200 BPM and up to 900 RPM, the company says. The motor also reduces noise and cools more rapidly.