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Old 05-01-2016, 02:10 PM   #1
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I plan to take a trip to Alaska soon and I don't have mud flaps on truck and don't really want them. I have seen rock guards on class A to keep from them from messing up the vehicle they were towing. I want to protect the front of fifth wheel from rocks


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How do you stick it on?


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One could use stainless steel carriage bolts or aluminum rivets.

If you pick one of those then I suggest you use some of this around the edges.

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I have heard of some people having the front sprayed with Rhino coat to avoid condensation problems.
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The 'hula-skirt' kind turn out to be very expensive. I got a 'Rock Solid Tow Guard' and am very happy with it. Keeps the road grime off the front of the 5er nicely.
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