mud flaps

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  1. siddle

    siddle Read Only Funster

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    i would like to fit front and rear mud flaps to my new motorhome an elddis autoquest with a boxer cab, also any info on dirt skirts.
     
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    ourcampersbeentrashed Funster

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    can someone help this funster? Perhaps contact Johns Cross Motorhomes xxxx
     
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    Got our front ones off ebay, rear ones would need dedicated brackets making to install them, it's on the to do list.
     
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    Used basic car type from halfords for front fit no problem hope this helps
     
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    You can purchase the Bristly stuff HGV's use to stop spray. This will also cut down much of the spray that ends up on the underside of the motorhome. The stuff is called clear Pass.
     
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    Front off eBay. Rear are made from a set of rally flap from halfords bolted to existing rear guards. Two holes in bottom corners with split rings and chains.
    Work a treat.
     
  7. Jaws

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    Oddly, just bought a pair of 'generic' van flaps off of fleabay. £9.95 including post

    Good enough for me and to keep the crap out of that bloody mud trap at the bottom of the wings (y)
     
  8. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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