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Old 05-02-2002, 09:40 PM
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Thumbs up NOW w/ OSO DISCOUNT...Hitch-receiver, slide in mud-flap.

Does anyone know where to find this online or whatever? I know I have seen it before. It is the width of your tow vehicle, and slides on over your 2 inch receiver so you can remove it when not towing. I want one. Please help.

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Old 05-02-2002, 09:54 PM
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try http://www.trailerguard.com
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Pefrect, THANKS!
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great thread. I was just asking a buddy of mine the same exact question this evening, and bam there it is. I will be getting one of these. I wonder if the f-350 one will work on an excursion as well or if the 350 is too high off the ground.
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Thanks, I been looking for these too.
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Obnoxus fabricated his own. His goes across the entire back of the truck. I'm sure he will be joining in on this one. I wonder if they make a one piece also.
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i made one to put on the back of the truck for pulling the sleds works great!! any RV store should carry these.
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Cabella's has one too:
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I have one of the "Road Wing" brand that they sell through Cabellas, I actually order mine through Camp World. THey work great. I cut mine to be about 3" off the ground on my F350, it ends up about 2" off the ground on my motorhome. I think It's about 165.00 with shipping from Cabellas.
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