Whenever something is being towed with a truck, stones and road debris fly from the rear wheels and damage the vehicle paint, trailer, and what is being pulled. As a result, you get paint chips, dents, and scratches on your investment. In the future, these minor imperfections can lead to rust and corrosion of metal parts and a significant decrease in the resale value of your trailer, boat, camper, truck, etc.
And while a single ding or scratch does not seem to be a great deal, many minor imperfections will not make your truck or towable look brand new.
Protection of Your Truck and towable
The modern aftermarket offers numerous means of protection against the negative influence of road debris, including quality mud flap systems. You will get an extra rubber gap between a truck and a towable by installing a hitch-mount mud flap system.
This way, stones, and debris are stopped on their way and do not hit your truck or trailer, precisely what you want to prevent to keep your investment in top shape.
Hitch-Mounted Mud Flap Systems
Numerous tests show that factory mud flaps will not stop flying rocks; they catch some mud when it rains. Hitch-mounted mud flap systems, on the other hand, ensure maximum protection.
If you select an adjustable mud flap system, you can set up the correct width of the mud flaps and adjust the height of the mud flaps when you get the specific cargo in the truck bed. Quality mud flap systems can be removed and installed again when needed.