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Old 11-09-2014, 11:26 AM   #1
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Once in awhile you get lucky and find a great vendor who provides world class service and product and we found it at DuraFlap in Medford, Oregon! We had such a great experience the other afternoon when we had our mudflaps replaced! They treated us like family! If you need new mudflaps or repairs and are anywhere near or driving through Medford, Oregon ... DuraFlap is the comoany t call. They were reccommended to us by friends so we made an afternoon appointment. The mudflap situation on our 40' class A motorhome was in pretty sad. The left rear mudflap was totally missing and the right rear had only a partial remaining. Also the single flap that runs across the rear of the rig was bent, filthy and was not hanging level. They layout the design/deminsions on the cumputer and then the computer controls the milling machine that cuts the flap from high quality flat stock. Fast, clean and accurate! If you need flaps, call Nina at DuraFlap! They are the best! Thanks to Nina, Dennis and Jason!
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Once in awhile you get lucky and find a great vendor who provides world class service and product and we found it at DuraFlap in Medford, Oregon! We had such a great experience the other afternoon when we had our mudflaps replaced! They treated us like family! If you need new mudflaps or repairs and are anywhere near or driving through Medford, Oregon ... DuraFlap is the comoany t call. They were reccommended to us by friends so we made an afternoon appointment. The mudflap situation on our 40' class A motorhome was in pretty sad. The left rear mudflap was totally missing and the right rear had only a partial remaining. Also the single flap that runs across the rear of the rig was bent, filthy and was not hanging level. They layout the design/deminsions on the cumputer and then the computer controls the milling machine that cuts the flap from high quality flat stock. Fast, clean and accurate! If you need flaps, call Nina at DuraFlap! They are the best! Thanks to Nina, Dennis and Jason!
A google search brings up Dura Flap on Rogue River Hwy, Grants Pass, Or Do you have a phone number by any chance? Or web address. Will be done there in Dec and could use some.
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The flaps aren't stone-proof. On our trip to Alaska we actually saw folks removing the full flap across the rear. It was throwing rocks at the toad's windshield.

One time afterwards as we were going down an interstate it was raining hard and for lack of nothing better to do I was watching the opposing lanes when motorhomers came by. Those with the big flap were tossing a arc of water on the hood of the toad. Those without the flap had water coming at the tire area of the toad.

We just have the flaps behind each wheel and not the big one. We don't get dings on the Jeep.
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And they are one of our suppliers too...
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DuraFlap just finished moving to Medford, 22 miles away.

See the information in the Forum called Vendor Spotlights, or click the banner to the right of your screen.
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