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Old 02-08-2020, 10:20 PM   #1
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mud flap selection

Want to add a mud flap to my Coachmen Concord. Any suggestions and advise on makes, styles & issues will be appreciated. Thanks
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Old 02-09-2020, 12:50 AM   #2
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Want to add a mud flap to my Coachmen Concord. Any suggestions and advise on makes, styles & issues will be appreciated. Thanks
Are you asking about mud flaps positioned directly behind the rear wheels, in case perhaps your Concord didn’t come with them, or are you asking about a rock guard to protect the tow, that goes across the rear end of the coach?
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Old 02-09-2020, 12:20 PM   #3
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Thanks for your reply. Want to add the full width rear rock guard style to offer some protection to my flat towed vehicle.
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Old 02-09-2020, 12:53 PM   #4
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This topic has people for and against full width rock guards.
I have one and have never had any big rock damage to any of my toads. I do get the finer gravel or dirt laying along the base of my windshield at times.
Mine hangs about 2 above the ground on level terrain.
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My service writer just quoted me a Blue Ox towing package for my 2006 Sunseeker 2860DS and my GMC Acadia. He included the Ultra-guard 94 x 20 rock shield, the angle iron, and an hour of labor (at my request).

My Sunseeker is 30.5' long, I think our units are somewhat close in size

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Thanks for info. On Camping World, I saw the 16" x 94" Ultra Guard Rock Tow Guard for $106 + angled steel mounting kit but no price. Would you mind what your total comes to? Our coaches must be very similar as my overall is 30+ as well. Thanks
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Heres a picture of the quote. Not shown is their labor rate, $129/hr. I could probably do it myself but 94" of anything is a lot to handle without a helper. Also, I get 10% off all parts because I bought my MH from them. Yes, mine is 30.5' long.
Your price looks good, its 4" less "tall" though.
Let me know what you decide.
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Thanks for info. On Camping World, I saw the 16" x 94" Ultra Guard Rock Tow Guard for $106 + angled steel mounting kit but no price. Would you mind what your total comes to? Our coaches must be very similar as my overall is 30+ as well. Thanks
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