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Old 04-06-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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best shield for my Toad

Thanks to people for helping me to pick which tow bar to install.
My coach is 2013 THOR Palazzo Diesel and my Toad is 2013 Jeep Wrangler. I installed Falcon all terrain RoadMaster tow bar with air brake system. What is the best shield I can get to protect my toad from debris and stone coming off my coach. Thanks a lot, Tom.
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:33 PM   #2
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I haved "toaded" for over 60K miles. I get more nicks in my toad when I drive it in traffic than when I toad it.
If you have a rear mudguard, make sure it is more than 4" above pavement when level.
I have standard mudflaps. Works!
An occasional chip is what I call experience marks.
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Old 04-12-2013, 07:25 PM   #3
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I first towed a Chevy HHR and now I tow a 2012 Wrangler. I use the Portect-A-Tow and it works great. When you drive in the rain it seams to help keep the rear camera cleaner. One problem is it is dirty to put on and take off but it works great.
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Old 04-12-2013, 09:14 PM   #4
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+1 for the Protect-a-tow. Works great and is easy to put on and take off. Yes it does get dirty but that is what is supposed to do, keep all that grime off the toad. It only takes a little care to be able to fold it up with out getting yourself dirty.
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The UltraGuard solid rubber flap on the MH along with the Protect-A-Tow will give you as near total protection as is possible to have!
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Another + for the Protect a Tow works great,easy on/off easy to clean and stow
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Thanks for your help. I try to get the Protect-a-tow for my MH but the company told me I can't use it since there is a exhaust pipe in the back. I asked them for other type of protection, he said he can't help me until I relocate the exhaust pipe. I like to hear your recommendation. Thanks, Tom
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Thanks for your help. I try to get the Protect-a-tow for my MH but the company told me I can't use it since there is a exhaust pipe in the back. I asked them for other type of protection, he said he can't help me until I relocate the exhaust pipe. I like to hear your recommendation. Thanks, Tom
If the exhaust pipe comes out the back and is turned down would it be possible to hook the Protect-a-Tow high enough above it that it doesn't get too hot?

Hope you can work it out. This is great protection!
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