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Old 07-07-2016, 04:56 PM   #1
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No Rock Guard on my 2008 Inspire

Folks, I just bought a 2008 Inspire 360 and it doesn't have a rock guard, or whatever it is called in the back. I called Winnebago and the parts guy told me to sit down...$1300 plus huge expense to ship to VA. Has anyone bought one? Looks like it would be simple to install, brackets are there.
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You don't need one. I think they throw more rocks at your toad, than running without one.
You do have standard mud flaps behind your rear tires?
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Yes. Stock mudflaps behind tires. I am afraid our Lincoln MKX we just modified to tow is going to get pounded when we hit the road...not so?
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Folks, I just bought a 2008 Inspire 360 and it doesn't have a rock guard, or whatever it is called in the back. I called Winnebago and the parts guy told me to sit down...$1300 plus huge expense to ship to VA. Has anyone bought one? Looks like it would be simple to install, brackets are there.
Check duraflap.com. You can even get customized message for a lot less than $1300!
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I've towed my wife's new car about 8,000mi without any chips. Obviously drive very slow on gravel.
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I've towed my wife's new car about 8,000mi without any chips. Obviously drive very slow on gravel.
Thanks Ben!
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Yeah, I've towed for 5 years now and I can't find a rock mark.
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