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Old 03-23-2013, 07:36 AM   #1
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Have you installed this style of mudflap on your class C?

We tow arose 4 down behind our class c and also use Roadmaster's tow defender to prevent rock chips. We do get some road grime though. Have any of you installed a full length mudflap on your class C like pictured? Any challenges in mounting?

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Old 03-25-2013, 06:14 AM   #2
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I have put a bunch on the "A" but not the "C" it still straight forward the 1 inch square stock need to be attached to the frame by bolts or welded I just weld them in, then the flap installed it might have to be cut down if it drags to much measure before while on level ground.

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Be sure it is high enough so that it doesn't touch the road when traveling. Usually 4~6" above the road is enough to keep it from contacting the road when encountering bumps, dips, etc. That's when stones and debris is kicked up.
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Agree on the 4" above ground install. I use Rock Solid. Here is a link to a Co that has them for Class C's.

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Thanks. I ended up buying this style from Amazon. I measured our RV and it should fit although attaching the angle iron may be a bit of a challenge on our Class C. If it does not fit, there are return options and i likely would go with the rock solid. Have you noticed less road spray on the back of your rig and the toad? http://www.etrailer.com/Accessories-...on/LTG-96.html
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