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Old 10-10-2013, 10:46 AM   #1
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My 2014 Winnebago has short mud flaps behind the front tires, BUT NO mud flaps behind the aft tires and the back end, I tow a Mini Cooper on a car dolly, My question is ,,,Do I need to install flaps behind the wheels and across the back end??? Also, who is the best source for flaps?
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Old 10-10-2013, 11:11 AM   #2
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A suggestion may be a full width rock guard/ deflector. We've flat towed a Jeep TJ, JK and now a GC for over 20k without a scratch. Doesn't guarantee but has worked so far. Safe travels.
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If you're looking for individual dual wheel flaps, NAPA is the place to go. They're quite cheap if you don't mind the advertizing on them. If you do, a shot of black spray paint solves that issue. If you're looking for a full width flap, Camping World or any RV supply and just about anything you want. Follow the directions closely on them as if you install them too low they'll kick up more rocks than you stop. CW also has laser cut specials with just about anything you want cut into a stainless overlay on the back $$$$
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