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Old 09-13-2014, 08:44 AM   #15
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X2 for the Roadmaster Guardian and Tow Defender. 60,000 miles including Alaska without damage to the toad


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Old 09-13-2014, 09:00 AM   #16
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I have used the protect-a-tow for a couple of years now, got it on ebay for $60.00!(got a deal) my exhaust in the photo use to be turned down on a 45 deg. angle to the ground, for the install, I turned the chrome tip up so it points out the side(lot less dust on dirt roads) so as not to melt the protect-a-tow material. And as you can see, my rear flap is shorter than most so the protect-a-tow is sealed off at the rear flap then goes to the Jeep.......the longer rear flap was causing the road dirt and dust to be trapped in the engine compartment and the compartment and engine was always really dirty, sense cutting it off, things are a lot cleaner and the length of it works well with the protect-a-tow, everything fits well. And one more really great thing about it, the rear of the Coach, dry roads(road dust) or wet roads, it stays a lot cleaner. The setup keeps the water and dirt from swirling up the rear of the Coach, and the Jeep stays a lot cleaner also........

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