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There is no predicting what "debris" you might encounter if anyso no good answer to this question. Where do yo get the lightweight brush type??? Any problems? Register on the Forums. Throws up more stones than it stops. Pops in from time to time Posts:
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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Did you miss your activation email? Home Help Login Register. We were wanting to attach some kind of protection on the underside of the rig at the back to prevent debri etc. I have done extensive research but can find no definitive answer as to wether we should put up a solid guard or go for the lighter, "hula skirt" option. Another question is, does anyone have a 34D with a guard and if so, where did you mount it. Thanks guys. Old Racer Posts: I have seen theory proposed that a skirt, close to the ground, creates a low pressure area and turbulence behind it that makes problem worse, not better, especially on a gravel or dirt road.
Utclmjmpr Posts: I removed mine for that reason. Good insight guys, thanks. Let's see what else shows up here. Marty Posts: 3. There is no predicting what "debris" you might encounter if any , so no good answer to this question. The lighter the material in the skirt, the less it can stop. And nothing will stop everything. A piece of metal or a tire tread at 60 mph is going to bull through anything you can hang off the back short of armor plate, anyway , or slip underneath it.
There are basically three types: 1 hula skirt basically a hanging broom , 2 rubber flap solid rubber with multiple splits , 3 solid one or two piece solid rubber. There is also ample evidence that a skirt can actually cause things to kick up rather than preventing that. Especially if it is hung fairly low. Gravel or loose stone is prone to that, for example.
There are also other types of tow car shields that attach to the tow bar. We use a product called protectatow , look it up on the internet. Works well for us and easy to install. It is basically a heavy mesh that fits between the toad and the motorhome.
Does seem to protect against rocks and debris. Dust will still gets by. Just an aside on heavy dust, after many miles of dirt road, toad was dust covered, but the worst was I had forgotten to turn the AC unit to the "inside air" position. When I turned the AC on, an unbelievable amount of dust came out. I'm talking "can't see to drive" dust inside the car. Lesson learned. I think protector mesh type is best idea. Another vote for the Protect-A-Tow.
We've used ours for a number of years now, on two different toads. It not only protects the toad, but also protects the tow bar, cables, and wires connecting the coach to the toad. Hooking it up only takes a minute. That said, the main thing is not to have them too close to the ground, I have seem more damage done by having the flap contact the ground when traveling over road undulations.
Seems about 4" above ground on a tag coach and a little more on a non-tag is what I have found to be about the perfect height. Also, one thing to consider, depending on the particular toad, is the possibility of the toad throwing debris forward not necessarily the coach throwing debris back onto the toad.
I have found with more and more aggressive tires and lifts on our Jeeps that the tires will actually throw debris forward either above our Tow Defender or between the bumper and the fenders which is more prevalent on stubby bumpers or mid-width bumpers. Well thank you all for the valuable input. We had a good look at that Protect-a-tow and are thinking that may be the way to solve the issue - quick to install, lightweight and quite efficient.
We will do some more research and keep you all posted. Thanks again! We've been using the same Protect-A-Tow since on two different toads so far, and over 40, towing miles. I do have a couple of corners where the hem is starting to tear a little, so I'll be stitching those up with a large upholstery needle and some lb test braided fish line left over from another project.