stoneguard/mudflap I use when towing was once sold buy Cub Camper Trailers, but
it is relatively simple to make up. The most expensive part is the truck
It is a piece of 25mm square tubing the width of the
vehicle. In the centre is welded, to the bottom edge of the tubing, a piece of
10mm metal plate approximately 75mm square. This has a hole to accommodate the
towball bolt offset about 40mm from the weld so the towball does not catch the
25mm tubing. The towball holds the thing to the gooseneck.
The truck mudflaps are held in place by a couple of pieces of
90-degree angle (steel/aluminium) the length of the mudflap that is screwed (3-4
places) through the top of the mudflap into the 25mm square tubing.
Make sure that the
mudflaps are 50 to 75 mm off the ground when you are hitched up (level) as they
can scrape on the ground throwing up even more stones.
Vehicle depending, this Stoneguard may cover your
bumper mounted tail/turn lights, so to be legal it needs to be removed when
touring with the camper unhitched.
Thanks to Ron & Shirley