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Textured Rubber Tow Guard

January 10, 2017 - Products

Luverne Truck Equipment

Luverne Truck Equipment’s Textured Rubber Tow Guard is a mud flap that offers full protection for a trailer from road debris while it is being towed.

The Textured Rubber Tow Guard attaches to a trailer hitch and provides a reliable barrier between the tow vehicle and the trailer. It acts like a set of heavy-duty mud flaps, serving as a full-width wall at the rear of the vehicle.

It is constructed of powder-coated steel and heavy duty rubber and comes fully factory assembled and ready for installation. It can be installed or removed as needed using a trailer hitch and ball mount shank.

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