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Has anyone made their own fender skirts? I am talking about the rubber ones that you bend and rivet in place. I was in a public bathroom the other day and noticed the mop board is the type made of rubber (approx. 4" tall with lower seal/lip) looked like a fender skirt to me. I am going to see if i can get it to work as a skirt, since they get torn up so quick in the bush. May be a cheap alternative? Whats your thoughts.
 
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They don't salt the roads here. Use sand/gravel mix, makes it nice on the rigs, you trade rust for busted windshields! I really think it will work and be cost affective for the bush running, no matter how they joke about it. I am not made of money and am use to "making do" and making it my self. If you show mew to good of a picture, i can copy it.
 

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They don't salt the roads here. Use sand/gravel mix, makes it nice on the rigs, you trade rust for busted windshields!

you do know there is still a % of salt in the mix. depends on what roads/elevation they are using it at, the % is anywhere from 6-15%

as the company I work for has gotten bids to supply the mix.
 
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been using that for years works good and comes in colors.you can buy it in 4' legnths then cut as needed.ive also used lawn edging on some mud trucks .
 
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Don't lnow if this helps or is close to what you're talking bout but these have turned out to b e quite durable

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