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Old 03-03-2014, 01:54 PM   #1
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Rear Mud Guards

We are starting out and have a toad (jeep) and was wondering if any one has a suggestion for rear protection for the toad. I currently have nothing at all to block road rock or any other items going that way. We have a 2011 Allegro Breeze 32 ft. After crawling underneath I am not seeing any good place to mount anything to include tire flaps.
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Old 03-03-2014, 02:09 PM   #2
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Hello Dave, look and read here Protect-A-Tow and you can see my thoughts and photos.
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Maybe a cross brace on the frame??
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Old 03-12-2014, 11:33 AM   #4
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Ditto, on the Protect-a-tow setup. It keeps both automobile [and] your complete tow-bar setup absolutely clean of road debris!.

A vehicle "Bra" can abrade the car finish and is time-consuming unless you desire to drive the toad with it still attached. [but, it does not help the windshield]

The air-dam stone guard is cumbersome to store and set up.

Mud Flaps simply protect the immediate 3 to 5 foot area directly behind from airborne debris. The gravel it deflects stills bounces up and can impact the toad some 6+ feet behind the mudflap.

Having tried all 4 of these over the years; I recommend the tarp under the hitch for ease-of-use, easy storage and a well-protected toad. Keeping the tow-bar clean is an added bonus.
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Also take a look at Sureguard. Dave
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