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    Default trailering protection

    What devices does everyone use to protect there boat when trailering down gravel roads? I have heard bras work well, but how well? And what about those brush type guards that go all the way across your bumper and mount on your hitch?

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    I have a mud flap that is as wide as the width of my truck and it hangs to the ground.
    Works perfectly.
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    I have these on both my airboats ,Works great if you have a windshield
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    Roder,

    What do you have lining the bottom?

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    Thats 3/8 poly on bottom and sides a must for going cross country in an airboat , Also helps sliding across mud flats, Some of the Glacier jets also have poly bottoms
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