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Old 04-20-2021, 11:36 PM   #1
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State: Alabama
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THOR #22687
Mud flaps on a 2015 Chateau

Didn't know they had them.

Until just now.

Went to the storage area to drain the tanks and insulate because Mother Nature has a hair up her posterior.

Was under the RV pulling straps to secure the cover. Looked over and "Well damn, that's a mud flap rubbing on the tire". Bolt had come out and let it rub. Looked on the other side, no mud flap.

Add it to the list of stuff to do. But I do have my priorities in order.

1. Make/stock the bar.

Anything after that is fluff.

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