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Old 11-27-2005, 11:19 AM
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They have the same set up in shade tree, which is a snowmobile catalog, for $130.
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How bout a set of these? Another free t-shirt
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Old 11-27-2005, 11:28 AM
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I use the big mudflap set up like posted up above. I was tired of the chips in the front of my boat and trailer.
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Old 11-27-2005, 12:34 PM
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I've got 'em built into the trailer. One of the only setups I've seen like it. Got an aluminum frame (like bow rail material) with a mesh screen that wraps around it and fastens to the frame of the trailer. No road chips on it at all, and that's quite a feat as I'm running BFG Muds and they love throwing rocks up.

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They have the same set up in shade tree, which is a snowmobile catalog, for $130.
Thank you to all...this looks like good deal.

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Old 11-27-2005, 01:26 PM
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I've got 'em built into the trailer. One of the only setups I've seen like it. Got an aluminum frame (like bow rail material) with a mesh screen that wraps around it and fastens to the frame of the trailer. No road chips on it at all, and that's quite a feat as I'm running BFG Muds and they love throwing rocks up.
That is different. Took me 2min to see what you were explaining. thanks.......Do you use the nets for smelt fishing?
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I was told that you need to make sure it does not contact the ground, flips up rocks. I made mine from a truck flap bought from a farm supply place. Not as pretty, but only have $15 in it. Same concept. Leave it attached to my reciever, so it is always there when I slide 'er in.
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