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Old 07-23-2016, 07:21 AM   #1
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Bra for E450

Hello everyone, thank you for all of the valuable information on this board. I base a lot of my RV decisions on what I read here.
I have been looking for a bra or screen...anything to protect the front of the Jayco 29me from bugs, rocks etc. Has anyone else had any luck with this? I thought I had found a couple of them, but by the time the order is almost complete(online) it turns out to be a bra for an F450. Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 07-23-2016, 08:53 AM   #2
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Hello everyone, thank you for all of the valuable information on this board. I base a lot of my RV decisions on what I read here.

I have been looking for a bra or screen...anything to protect the front of the Jayco 29me from bugs, rocks etc. Has anyone else had any luck with this? I thought I had found a couple of them, but by the time the order is almost complete(online) it turns out to be a bra for an F450. Any help would be appreciated.


I had a bra on a sports car awhile back. Though it protected the front of the car from bugs and stones etc, the bra ended up ruining the paint under it. I ended up having to have the paint buffed out, and it still was discolored. The bra was not cheap either. Never again. The bugs wash off pretty easily with bug remover. Stone chips are a fact of life.


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Old 07-23-2016, 09:04 AM   #3
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I think Fia makes a grille screen but that's about it.


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Maybe someone can chime in here with the plastic film they put on the Seneca's. I can't think of the name.
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Maybe someone can chime in here with the plastic film they put on the Seneca's. I can't think of the name.
Diamond shield. Here's the website. I have it on my Grayhawk. Bugs still stick on the hood but I use bug spray remover and works great. No discoloration in the two years I've had the rig.

Auto Paint Protection Film, Clear Bras | Diamond Shield Clear Protective Film

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My Winnebago Class A had Diamond Shield. I thought it worked very well for keeping rock dings at bay. Still had to work a little on the bugs, but at least they didn't stain the paint.
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