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Old 07-16-2019, 10:36 PM   #1
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New TOAD setup

We are setting up our new Toad.
2012 GMC Canyon.
Blue Ox mounting plate to installed tomorrow. Lights will be independent from the installed tail lights (LED Light bar under tailgate).
Plans are to use a Le Bra to prevent rock chips. Good idea?Click image for larger version

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LeBra can definitely help with rock chips. Be sure to keep it, and surfaces under it, clean and waxed. A build up of dust and road grit can cause some serious paint chaffing if not looked after.
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2012 GMC Canyon.
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