Date Registered: 07-2008 Location: Brisvegas, Australia TOTAL POSTS:1063
Re: Water bra I think for that price, and unless I was planning on a watercrossing every week, a decent Tarp from any Autostockist would be as effective. Any way you go, they are gettin attached over the side mirrors/windscreen wipers/ and anywhere else you can find, and paint damage will probably occur. Might take 5 minutes to put on, but the results are the same for the once a year water crossing.
165 bucks posted is a bit steep for a tarp, rope and hooks
Just my thoughts
Date Registered: 02-2004 Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY TOTAL POSTS:29092
Re: Water bra The two dollar tarp from supercheap did its job when I have done the deepest water crossing and protected the engine as it should Scot. The trick however with ensuring no engine damage is done is by following water crossing techniques rather than totally depending on a blanket