Mudflaps?

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  1. RollingRog

    RollingRog Read Only Funster

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    Hi All

    need to get some mudflaps fitted to the rear of my bessacarr e495 seen some on www.motorhomesmudflaps.com the spray suppression ones any ideas if these will do the job and has anyone else had mudflaps fitted or done it themselves as I am a bit unsure about it.


    rolling rolling rolling keep those doggies rolling:BigGrin:
     
  2. Wildman

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    I always use the rectangular footwell mats sold in Lidl for pennies simple enough to bolt on with a backing plate or large washers rough side towards the wheel will stop the water travelling up to the chassis. Why pay more for a pair with a silly logo on?
     
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    Managed to get my sticky fingers on a square metre of 3/16ths fabric reinforced rubber, it was originally from a shot blast cabinet. Made my own for the front. Now waiting for the next time they renew the door for the rear flaps, but those Lidl ones sounds ideal:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Try some astro turf off cuts. Mitch and Jenny.
     
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    Go to a truck factors and buy a lump used on trucks, will last forever if you dont rip it off, and any surplus is a good door mat.
     

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