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Old 01-08-2009, 10:11 PM   #151 (permalink)
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removable Flaps

here is what we did for mine. Reciever mount easy to remove. Flaps are 18 x 24. I have an extra flap that is 24 x 36 if anyone wants to buy it.
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That right there is damn sexy


not bagging on it, just fustrated by this whole thing
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If that's "a lot of words with little clarification" for you, I guess you'll have to do your own research. Please don't post "spirit of the law" sunshine and puppy dogs answers though, post information.

I agree 100%

FYI, the section with measurements and angles is HPM 82.6 Section 4 Paragraph a, and per that docment, applies to commercial vehicles only. That's solid information straight from their manual.

My pick-up has 3/4ton is considered commerical, so where does LEO Kenny stand on that, let me guess

I didn't get all these contacts in law enforcement by being disrespectful.

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That right there is damn sexy


not bagging on it, just fustrated by this whole thing
me too. They will be sexier when they get painted hot pink We made them for our snow run on MIT and did not see any LEO's at all on New Years day, they must have been nursing hang-overs
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me too. They will be sexier when they get painted hot pink We made them for our snow run on MIT and did not see any LEO's at all on New Years day, they must have been nursing hang-overs


I'll bet he was cleaning his gun.......excuse me I mean his weapon.....oh never mind
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I slay me.

Wouldn't it be cool, though if only "...approximately 20% of a LEOs time is related to enforcement associated with motor vehicle use and travel management?"

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We made them for our snow run on MIT and did not see any LEO's at all on New Years day, they must have been nursing hang-overs
On MET, Iron Mountain Road, J.J Laudenslager is normally the LEO. You will not find a nicer person to work with. I have met with him a couple of times and highly respect this man.
We had three of the LEOs at our information stop on the 3rd (including officer Marcus). Some may like writting tickets more than others. it is our job to make sure we are as legal as is aprropriate.
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here is what we did for mine. Reciever mount easy to remove. Flaps are 18 x 24. I have an extra flap that is 24 x 36 if anyone wants to buy it.
Your plate is obstructed I think Kenny might not like that..
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I did something similar, Jack...they aren't pretty, but easy to remove and will keep me out of a ticket. Thanks for the input!
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As I sit here, I have the Quadatrac 2008 "holiday" catalog in front of me.

On the cover, there is a jeep wheeling in the snow (no longer legit in Eldo Jan-Mar) and guess what it has in the back of it???

A CHRISTMAS TREE!!

(only a few will get that one)

Officer Marcus was cool to us and at least talked to us at the MIT info station the other weekend.
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Your plate is obstructed I think Kenny might not like that..
There are going to be 2 "plate" bolts added to the cross bar so I can move the plate to the flap mount. So that will fix that blocking problem.
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Fair enough, sorry about the blah, blah, blah thing, if that is what you found disrespectful. I should have used "etc."
Sorry about that. I think I'm getting as frustrated as everyone else with all this. All good between us I hope.

By the way - I'm a dummy, I think I'm wrong. I just called the CHP and a sheriff. Got the same answers from both. They read the code and could not tell me about any inch requirement from ground. In OR, a cop specifically told me my flaps didn't reach low enough. Other states also have this law. For some reason, CA does not.

So it appears that a mud flap that's 14.5" wide and only 4" long is ok to cover a 44" tire that's 14.5" wide. ?? Doesn't make sense but according to the law - it would be legit. I think I'll try it out and see if I get a ticket...
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Remember, the guy with the gun WRITES the ticket, but the guy in the robe gets to JUDGE it. If you're gonna go to the effort of making mudflaps, give it an honest effort, because if the judge thinks you're thumbing your nose at him, that can end poorly, as well.
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There are going to be 2 "plate" bolts added to the cross bar so I can move the plate to the flap mount. So that will fix that blocking problem.
Ok, but remember that the plate has to have a light
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Ok, but remember that the plate has to have a light
I'll hang my mini mag light from it.

As far as how low do they need to be, I believe from what I've read it is center of the wheel. I went longer just to be safe
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I'll hang my mini mag light from it.






I hope it's dot approved
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Sorry about that. I think I'm getting as frustrated as everyone else with all this. All good between us I hope. .
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As far as how low do they need to be, I believe from what I've read it is center of the wheel. I went longer just to be safe
Part of this discussion...there is no law that defines size or length of flaps for non-commercial vehicles, but whatever you put on MUST "afford adequate protection to effectively minimize the spray or splash of water or mud to the rear of the vehicle". So putting a mud flap on that is only an inch or a few inches long, yet covers the tread width will probably get you a ticket. Jack, your approach certainly looks and sems reasonable to me. I hope Ken will see it that way.
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Back in the day (when I used to drive my junk on pavement) I would get tickets left and right even with big ol mud flaps hangin off the back, completely covering the rear of my tires and literally draggin' on the ground. The next day, I'd go to the police station and have the ticket signed off in the exact condition I received the ticket in the first place.
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Back in the day (when I used to drive my junk on pavement) I would get tickets left and right even with big ol mud flaps hangin off the back, completely covering the rear of my tires and literally draggin' on the ground. The next day, I'd go to the police station and have the ticket signed off in the exact condition I received the ticket in the first place.
Eric says your junk was exceptionally obnoxious "back in the day". I remember the night I met you....at Pillsbury. I heard this "noise" coming down the road, and Eric said " you think it sounds obnoxious, wait til' you see it"
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I tried to read all of this. And understand. I apologize if this is construed as not contributing. But I have wheeled the Rube since 01, and have a simple, self-indulgent question. Does the enforcement at hand extend to the Wentworth access point ?? I am within a smog check, some fees and some new lenses of DOT on pavement legality regardless. Thanks and good luck to all.
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