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towing covers

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Posted: 4 years ago
i have invested in a front towing cover after returning from france and having the front of my van covered in oil spots and mud splashes. also seem to protect damage from flying stones. i used to think they looked a bit over the top, but am now a believer in them
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Posted: 4 years ago
Just make sure the front of the van is well waxed before you use the cover jim
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Posted: 4 years ago
Hi Jim, they are a must I had a large stone thrown up by an artic it smashed my windscreen and went on to hit the front of the van, luckily the cover absorbed the impact with no damage to the van.
It is important to make sure the van is clean before putting it on, and I also clean the cover regularly as grit can be washed down the inside when it's raining.
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Posted: 4 years ago
I was looking into one of these can anyone recommend one?
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Posted: 4 years ago
Hi Wayne
We brought ours from specialised covers ours is the Tow Pro lite which is a universal tow cover. At first they are a hard to fit but after a couple of times with practice it is now easy to fit. Its just like putting a awning up.
http://www.specialisedcovers.com/

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Posted: 4 years ago
looks good ill check out the website its gonna save a lot of cleaning bugs and help prevent stone chips also
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Posted: 4 years ago
hi chris, my cover is the same as chris has. they are made to measureand when you get the hang of it, you can put it on yourself. be aware of other info on this thread, as any debris on the back can damage your van. enjoy.