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Old 08-23-2016, 09:12 AM   #15
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What dennis45 said. After a $650 repaint job on my enclosed trailer to repair all of the stone chips, I removed the full width mud flap and no more stone chips on the trailer after 5000 miles. The individual flaps behind the wheels give you all the protection you need. Nothing else is needed. I think some people leave that big stone thrower on because it looks cool. Mine will remain behind the garage.

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Old 08-23-2016, 09:19 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by JohnBoyToo View Post
your's looks better made than mine !

Maybe they made them narrower/skinnier by the time I bought it ?!?

I do know the clipped rod to hold up the sides is too 'flimsy' as mine has almost bent into a pretzel
This pic was after the first trip - it's much worse now, will probably build my own

OK, confession time! I had mine made by a local upholstery shop!
I thought I could save some money, but I ended up spending about the same as I could have bought one for!

The support rod is a piece of 3/4" PVC with a 1/2" EMT conduit inside for extra strength, and end caps with small screw eyes!

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