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Old 03-20-2011, 05:41 PM   #1
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I'm looking for the best way to protect the front of my car when towed behind my 42ft mh. Any help would be appreciated!
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These Coastline Cover Company: Tow Car Shields seem to be the best to me. I don't own one but I know a number of people who own and swear by them.
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From info I've picked up here and there and from this forum, I've just ordered this.

I've also read that some report that the Protect A Tow keeps the toad and the back of the RV cleaner when driving in rainy or dusty conditions because of the mesh material.
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These Coastline Cover Company: Tow Car Shields seem to be the best to me. I don't own one but I know a number of people who own and swear by them.
Don't use a bra type cover unless you wash the protected area first. If there is any dirt under the bra, it will sand your finish in no time.
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