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Old 03-09-2003, 04:49 PM   #1
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Mud flaps on an A/S

Anyone have any luck installing mud flaps on their A/S trailer?

I will be going in several areas that are gravel and want to protect the underside coming out the back of the wheel wells.

Any suggestions?

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how about the stuff ups uses on their trailers?

kinda looks like a broom. dunno if it would work better than regular flaps.

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Any idea where that can be purchased?

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might know, i see some of them use it to protect the towed vehicle.

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p.s. i'd go with the light up yosemite sam style! back off!
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Re: motorhome guys

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p.s. i'd go with the light up yosemite sam style! back off!
Is that the lineman in you coming out?

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just the biker!

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You crack me up!


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I saw some of that grass shirt mud flap broom stuff at Camping World. It is'nt a bad idea to keep the back cleaner, just rather have the broom stuff in silver to match the A/S.
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I saw some of that grass shirt mud flap broom stuff at Camping World. It is'nt a bad idea to keep the back cleaner, just rather have the broom stuff in silver to match the A/S.
Agreed.

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