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Old 02-01-2016, 11:33 AM   #1
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Bug shield

Where is the best places to quote a bug shield for the front of my 2004 winnebago.I live in kentucky. THanks
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You will still have to clean the shield so save your money and just get some REJEX no more bug sticking problems. Look it up on your computer.
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Most any custom upholster shop can make you a front Bra and then the front will stay looking new forever.
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You must remove them often to clean away the abrasive dust. Otherwise the paint gets damaged.
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You could go the Summitt Body Armour.
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