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Old 04-26-2013, 07:14 PM   #15
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I bought a new 38ft. Tiffin allegro 38ft red a want to buy a rear rock guard. Any suggestions. Thanks Jim
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Old 04-26-2013, 07:22 PM   #16
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I installed an Ultraguard on my Allegro, and am happy with it.
I have installed nothing on mine, and it works flawlessly.
Some folks have more fun spending money than the rest of us.
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Old 04-26-2013, 07:45 PM   #17
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I have installed nothing on mine, and it works flawlessly.
Some folks have more fun spending money than the rest of us.
And some people now have rock chips on the front of their toad, and want to prevent more chips.

Pay your money, or not, and take your choice.
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And some people now have rock chips on the front of their toad, and want to prevent more chips.

Pay your money, or not, and take your choice.
15K miles. No chips for me.
Most seem to be preventing them before they never happen.
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Here is another company that make custom flaps. Rockguard - Monaco (2004-2010)

The flaps do work and they really add class to a coach.
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Here is another company that make custom flaps. Rockguard - Monaco (2004-2010)

The flaps do work and they really add class to a coach.
Don, that's a good looking flap but I wonder if it would be tall enough for some coaches? My UltraGuard is 16" tall and the bottom is about 4" off the ground when the coach is in "travel" mode with the airbags. From what I've read, anything above 4" off the ground will let rocks get by it.
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We carry the HR OEM manufacturer mud flap, and we make a custom mud flap for those that want it to read something other than the name of the coach. Both leave the mud flap hanging on chains to allow it to move over any obstacles encountered on the road. They only need to be 10-12" tall on most coaches to hang between the lowest obstacle on the coach (frame, hitch or exhaust) and be at least 4" off the ground. If you are too close to the ground, you may kick up rocks instead of stopping them.
You can see our mud flaps at www.duraflap.com
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UltraGuard here. It keeps the Towd much cleaner, than without a guard when we travel on dusty roads or in the rain
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