SuiteSuccess Posted August 17, 2018 Report Share Posted August 17, 2018 Noticed my trailer was getting a lot of rock chips on the rock guard. On our last trailer we coated with Rhinoliner at a cost of $500 to correct. Well, had a couple days camping with GeorgiaHybrid and our analysis began. His truck is singled with mud flaps, mine tandem with mud flaps also. In fact mine are barely off the road when my suspension is inflated. When looking at the chips, they were mainly to the edges of the rock guard and angled out. Our sleuthing seemed to point to the front tandem sending rocks angled down the center of my bed. Well rather than spend $500, gonna try this at cost of $10. Thanks to Rickeieio for the old conveyer belt. ( Extremely tough to cut). Some angle iron and grade 5 bolts. We will see🧐! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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