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I have a 1968 continental travel trailer. My stone guard needs a lot of help. It is bent and broken. Does anyone have a clue where I might begin to look for a replacement. I would have one fab'ed but i don't know where to find the extrusions.
HELP Please.
 
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Originally posted by Jack & Joannie Fox:
I have a 1968 continental travel trailer. My stone guard needs a lot of help. It is bent and broken. Does anyone have a clue where I might begin to look for a replacement. I would have one fab'ed but i don't know where to find the extrusions.
HELP Please.


A photo could be helpful. Those curved glass panels really need protection.

Another possibility could be a full width mud flap on the tow car or a tongue-mounted shield.


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