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Old 08-03-2017, 02:23 PM   #1
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TV Mud Flaps

Curious what you're using for mud flaps to protect your TT? Are the ones from Camping World worthwhile?

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Old 08-03-2017, 03:51 PM   #2
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I have Rock tamers, but be careful if you don't angle them back (which isn't in their instructions) as you can cause chips in your tailgate or if you have a painted bumper.
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Old 08-03-2017, 03:54 PM   #3
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I use a product called Rock Solid by Smart Solutions. It clamps onto the drawbar on your hitch, so it can be removed if necessary, though it does require about an inch of space between your hitch receiver and the closest obstruction on your drawbar. I don't have any great pictures right now, but I do have one picture of the rear of my truck with the Rock Solid guard attached. It definitely cuts down not only on the amount of rocks that contact the front of my TT, as well as road debris, dirt, mud, etc. The Rock Solid sells for about $90, depending on where you get it. Mine has held up for over 10,000 miles of towing, and shows no signs of wear yet. Here's a link to it on Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Smart-Solutio...w+guard+pickup
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I use a product called Rock Solid by Smart Solutions. It clamps onto the drawbar on your hitch, so it can be removed if necessary, though it does require about an inch of space between your hitch receiver and the closest obstruction on your drawbar. I don't have any great pictures right now, but I do have one picture of the rear of my truck with the Rock Solid guard attached. It definitely cuts down not only on the amount of rocks that contact the front of my TT, as well as road debris, dirt, mud, etc. The Rock Solid sells for about $90, depending on where you get it. Mine has held up for over 10,000 miles of towing, and shows no signs of wear yet. Here's a link to it on Amazon:
Perfect! Thank You.
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We have the "RockTamers" they are Easy to adjust and require NO drilling! But regardless of what FLAP System you select,use Caution in regards to your "EXHAUST Outlet"! Some Vehicles Require a "Plate" be installed to prevent Rubber Flap Damage/Fire! Youroo!!
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