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Old 12-27-2018, 12:41 PM   #1
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Alaska Canada Hwy

I am working on a plan to travel the Al Can hwy this year and was wondering if an RV bra and a mud flap that connects between the coach and the toad on the trailer hitch would be a worth while investment considering what I have been reading about the chip seal roads.
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I have no comment on the RV bra but I would highly recommend the Protect A Tow an take off any mud flaps you have on your MH. Mud flaps tend to throw up more rocks and do more damage.
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Winnebago put some clear "plastic/vinyl" on the front of our MH. I think it might be 3M. Seems to hold up sell, been on for 3 years now and no problems.
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Definitely..roads are good till you get into northern BC and the Yukon, then from border to Tok and between Tok and Glennallen...drive slow lots of frost heaves.
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What GBB said and you may want to research any major reconstruction being done as a result of the earthquake.
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