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Old 12-03-2013, 03:35 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by moejean View Post
Hello Warren. Well it's nice to find a person with similar ideas on caring for their "stuff". I have just ordered the Guardian Rock Shield and Storage bracket for my MH and toad. I will be pulling a 2013 Chevy Equinox and was wondering how and where you attached the additional mudflaps to your rock shield if that is where you attached it too. Also I read somewhere where the rock shield reduces the cooling to the transmission on the toad when towing. Personally I can't see that as a problem. I hope this setup provides decent protection as I want to reduce rock chips as much as possible.
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I attached a mud flap to the bottom of each side section of my RoadMaster Guardian. I drilled eight pilot holes through each flap and into the back of each of the Guardian side sections, then used some large sheet metal screws, with flat washers, to secure them (two horizontal rows of four).

The mud flaps measure 18 inches wide, 14 inches high, effectively providing about 7 inches more protection. Keeps each lower corner of the toad, which includes fog lights, better protected.

I did not add anything to the larger center section of the Guardian . . . as you indicated, it is good to have air flow through that part.

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Old 12-03-2013, 04:26 PM   #16
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I have been using the Car Guard from BlueOx but for our trip to AK next summer I think I will get one of these. Users claim they solve all the problems with chips. Cheaper than a paint job on our new CRV..

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