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Old 01-27-2014, 10:01 PM   #15
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Old 01-28-2014, 11:40 AM   #16
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I tried Tow Car Shield. Rubbed the paint off in several places, and they would not make it right claiming in was some how my or the brand new paint's fault.
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Old 01-28-2014, 01:43 PM   #17
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I have a Protect-a-Tow and it is wonderful. I used it very successfully on my last motorhome which had a side exhaust. I have not been able to use it on the Anthem because the rear exhaust is too close to the Protect-a-Tow fabric and would burn it up. Protect-a-Tow says they do not recommend using their product with rear exhaust.

It's a shame because the Protect-a-Tow does a great job and is easy to use. My car is slowly getting beat up on account of this.
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Tried a Bra on Honda element, was a pain in the A$$. Went to one of those panel style rock guard and it was also a pain. Now using a Blue OX KarGuard II. seems to work, not difficult to install, a wee bit pricey. There are several other companies who make them. which you pick depends on where your exhaust is, mine vents to side so I went with the Blue OX. Portect-A-Tow is another brand, NASA makers of Ready Brake also has one. safe travels.. ed
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Use the Roadmaster road guard. Slips in, slips out. Can't say it works great, but I've seen no rock chips in a year of towing.
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I use the protect a tow which is easy to set up, and not only protects the car but also the tow bar and cables. It has taken a beating, has a couple worn holes (after 15,000 miles) but is still doing its job. Here's a link: Protect-a-Tow
X4 - used it on my DP and my current gasser. So far it's been the best thing I have tried.
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