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Old 02-20-2015, 07:40 AM   #15
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I checked the rv and it does have mud flaps behind the rear wheels.
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One more question from an rv neophyte: how about night and brake lights systems. I see one with the blue ox info, but it looks like drilling and installing 2 new bulbs in the crv taillight. Is there not a way to tie in to the existing crv wires?
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One more question from an rv neophyte: how about night and brake lights systems. I see one with the blue ox info, but it looks like drilling and installing 2 new bulbs in the crv taillight. Is there not a way to tie in to the existing crv wires?
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Ray, I used the Roadmaster 154 wiring system that ties into the existing lighting system. I didn't want to drill holes in those expensive housings!
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I have been using Rock Solid and it works great. The broom type sweeps up to high and when traveling slow it sweeps the rocks. I used my Rock Solid all the way to AK and back with no dings. It also lets air pass through it where the solid one doesn't plus you don't have to worry about it bending under rear of coach.


Tom, I would be concerned about that type letting large rocks or other objects through!
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