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Been thinking on ways to make an inexpensive mud flap on the rear tire, when a friend dropped off a chunk of conveyor belting... SWEET... Problem solved...;)
 

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very cool i made mine out of 1/8'' aluminum diamond plate with diamond rubber bottom

 

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Is the mudflap to protect a trailer?
 

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Made mine out of some 8" (oversized) garage door drape seal.
 

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I love conveyor belt. We had a big roll of it out behind the shop. Strong stuff. I made mud flaps (for a truck) floor mats, and a number of other things out of it. This stuff was 1/2" thick reinforced.
 

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Is the mudflap to protect a trailer?
Primarily for the trailer protection, but also hoping to keep the rear of the bike a bit cleaner when in the wet.



I love conveyor belt. We had a big roll of it out behind the shop. Strong stuff. I made mud flaps (for a truck) floor mats, and a number of other things out of it. This stuff was 1/2" thick reinforced.
That is exactly what my buddy dropped off. This piece was ~ 4 ft x 8 ft, and came from one of the local defunct mines he's recently acquired.
 

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keeps mud and crap off my hitch and trailer light plug and rocks from chipping my trailer
 
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