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Old 12-22-2009, 10:01 PM   #1
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Alpine Mud Flaps

Does any one know were we can get a Alpine mud flap and name plate? I remember some one bought out the surplus items from WRV. Any help would be apreciated

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Old 12-22-2009, 10:44 PM   #2
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I bought mine from Burk Skirts a long time ago. I think he was up in Washington, or maybe Oregon. It has the Alpine Coach and WRV logo on it. He used to make them for WRV. Unfortunately I don't have the contact info anymore.
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Most of the ones I've seen were from Dura-flap (www.duraflap.com/rv.html). Their ads are in FMCA an Good Sam magazines.

I've also seen one from Mud Flap Art (www.mudflap-art.com/).
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Send a PM to Vagabondman, I think he's got one, as well as some polished metal doo-dads for a set of mud flaps.
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Send a PM to Vagabondman, I think he's got one, as well as some polished metal doo-dads for a set of mud flaps.
E-Mike.... I found some polished metal doo-dads for a set of mud flaps ...please tell me these are not the same doo-dads that Vagabondman has. (Please note the name..."Big Mamma...." at the link...is it a coincidence??)
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Riverside Enterprises made WRV/Alpine mud flaps in the early Alpine years the web site is still active. Riverside Enterprises
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MM- those look just like you. But no, those are not the doo-dads.

Vagabondman's said Alpine or WRV or something verging on related to Alpine Coach, and the rear mud flap (for protecting the toad) was the full width Alpine Coach logo'd unit. Polished stainless I think.
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