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    Mudflap advice...

    Try not to get too aggressive when backing up with those big, grabby tires......Ben



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    Not much clearance between the fender and tyre . Perhaps a tyre one size smaller would be a wise choice.
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    Or a mud flap one size smaller
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    Looks like an aero design but I'd be interested to see how it handles snowpack - particularly in sub-zero weather conditions.

    Hunter
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