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Old 01-25-2009, 04:26 PM   #1
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I am picking up our new (to us) 1999 Endeavor next week. I was wondering where I could go to get a front bra? It has the snaps in place. Also looking for the mud flap. Is it worth the cost? I will be towing an enclosed trailer that has our trike in it. And where do you get HWH levelers? Who installs them? I know Camping World will do the window awnings and the vent covers. But I have no idea where to get the other things. Any help will be appreciated.
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Old 01-25-2009, 06:53 PM   #2
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Might be easier to get one made, since the snaps are already there. Search the internet for the rest, its pretty easy to find. Try RV upgrades, ebay, CW, try searching RV stores.
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Bountiful Bountiful RV 295 South Main Bountiful, UT 84010 Phone801) 298-0081 Fax801) 298-9037 Email: info@bountifulrv.com

Draper Camping World 13111 S Minuteman Dr Draper, UT 84020 (800) 294-1240

Kaysville Blaine Jensen RV 780 N. 900 W. Kaysville, UT 84037 Phone800) 424-8844 Fax800) 544-3685 Contact: Steve Jensen

Ogden Wilson Lane Service, Inc. 1893 West 2100 S Ogden, UT 84401 Phone801) 731-1616 Fax801) 731-6793
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Richmond Cache Trailer & Repair LLC 175 South 200 W. (Hwy 91) Richmond, UT 84333 Phone435) 258-4400 or (435) 881-0644 Fax435) 258-4401
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Salt Lake State Trailer Supply 3600 S Redwood Rd Salt Lake City. UT 84119 Phone801) 978-0600 (801) 887-7494
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looking for the mud flap. Is it worth the cost?
I see you have received some suggestions in response to your other questions. If by "the mud flap," you mean the full-width type flap, I would not recommend you spend the money. I have one, and definitely would not pay to replace it. If you do a little research online on various lists, what you will find is that the full-width flaps probably cause more damage than they prevent. They tend to sweep/lift debris off the roadway and into whatever you are towing. If you do use one, make sure it has at least 5-6" clearance from the pavement at normal ride height. The closer it is to the ground, the more damage it will cause.
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Yep, I knew I would get the answers here. I have tried several search engines to find HWH and here it is the site and the facilities that install them.
I found the ADCO site for the bra/mask. Those are dear to the hearts of the manufacturers.
I did read the thread about the mud flap. I think I will just keep it free. I can get the front of the trailer Line-Xed.
Thanks for the help.
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