Originally Posted by Boso
The rock guard that you see on on class a's work well keeps your vehicle clean and shielded from debri. I now have the mud flaps on my class c and am thinking about changing, never had the problems on class a that I see on this's class c .If I was towing something that I really cared for I would install a rock guard like used on the class a, have had 2 diesel pushers and Class c 2 travel trailers .1fiver.
We have a 2500TS Class C and one of my few complaints is the mud flaps. They should be about 6 inches wider to be effective. We have had a class c in the past that had the wide flaps extending past the treads and never needed anything else. We pulled a 19' aluminum boat for 10 years without any damage to the front of the hull. With the 2500TS, we are looking to change out the flaps and add something at the bumper. The flaps width is less than the tread width. The problem with flaps that are too narrow is that road debris is slung under the RV as-well-as behind. This will be an informative tread.