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Old 02-01-2014, 09:08 AM   #15
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Can i just put the rubber guard without the bend metal bar that holds it to the coach?
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It won't last without the metal bar - that is the true support for the attachment to the coach. You don't want that thing coming off on the road and hitting someone behind you! They are put on chains so that they will move when you go over something like a curb. Chains to rubber isn't strong enough to take much swaying in the breeze behind the coach. I would call Winnie and ask them why a metal bar wasn't included. Maybe they forgot to ship it with the rubber part.
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It won't last without the metal bar - that is the true support for the attachment to the coach. You don't want that thing coming off on the road and hitting someone behind you! They are put on chains so that they will move when you go over something like a curb. Chains to rubber isn't strong enough to take much swaying in the breeze behind the coach. I would call Winnie and ask them why a metal bar wasn't included. Maybe they forgot to ship it with the rubber part.
thanks...this helps. I will call the dealer whom ordered it for me on Monday.
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Called the dealer today. The guy in part department said he forgot to order the metal bar needed to hang the guard. Dont know why Winnebago offers the guard without the metal bar. Not too expensive so it is on its way. I have to assemble use the bolts an nuts from the old guard (doesn't make sense), and hang the guard.
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