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Old 08-10-2012, 07:54 AM   #1
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Rock Guardian installation

Went from 5th wheel to motor home and had Falcon 2 All Terrain tow bar installed. Thinking of buying Rock Guardian to protect the toad. However, can't see how to affix it to the bar. The parts/service department said I would not need additional attachments. Before I return and ask how it it installs and make a fool of myself , any advice. Checked Road Master site, you tube....No help

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Old 08-10-2012, 08:07 AM   #2
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Old 08-10-2012, 08:12 AM   #3
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I have been towing my new Honda CRV since Nov (about 5,ooo miles) and do not have a full across the rear guard. Instead I chose the Protect-A-Tow at a cost of 250.00. My CAT 3126B has a habit of blowing excess oil out the blow by tube and as of now I don't have any oil/road grime or dings on my new car unlike prior to buying the protectatow. It takes a few min to set up but I have to let the CRV idle anyway so no big deal. What I found with the full across guards (research) is that unless it is set at the right height from the road it will do more harm then good. Oh and even the tow equipment stays cleaner since it goes under it also.
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