Discussion in 'Class A / Diesel Pushers' started by walsegg, Mar 27, 2009.

  1. walsegg

    walsegg Junior Member

    I will be travelling to Alaska this summer with my Winnebago Journey
    The unit has the film mask, but i am still concerned about protection when on gravel roads. I bought a full bra for the tow car, but am not sure i want to spend $500 for the motorhome- not to mention drilling for the snaps

    Has anyone been to Alaska? what did you do to protect the front of your rig?

    thanks for any advice!
  2. big bilko

    big bilko Senior Member


    DRIVE BACKWARDS. Regards Big Bilko :) :) :) :) :evil:
  3. Triple E

    Triple E Senior Member


    If it was me, I would invest in head light guards and good fog lights with shields. I have been told that front bra's can over heat the engine. So if you are planning to drive all day this might become a concern.

    I have only driven the Al-Can once. Two problems that I had was headlight and flat tires. At the time I drove it however, 800 miles was gravel. I am told that it is all paved now.

    April, early May is best time to travel. Road is still frozen and you will beat Break-up. Less dust also. Watch out for the wildlife.

    Have a great trip. You will see some of Gods greatest displays.

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