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Old 03-18-2013, 08:27 PM   #1
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Toad Protection

How so you protect your toad from road debris? I will be using a tow dolly.

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My rig has only standard mud flaps but is a diesel puller, so the rear overhang somehow prevents chips in my toad. My Wrangler does have chips, from driving it in traffic and maybe some from off-road.
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In all likelyhood you won't need anything additional when using a dolly. The front of the car is raised high enough to avoid debris. We towed our Buick over 25,000 miles on a dolly without any damage. The front of the car was above the rear bumper on the motorhome.
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Thank you for the information. I have a long overhang also, so i think I will be OK.

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Thank you for the information. I have a long overhang also, so i think I will be OK.

Jim
You will know soon enough.
I kept watching for chips. Got 2 chips while driving my Wrangler near Casa Grande. Over 10K as a toad. None from that.
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