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Old 12-08-2013, 08:52 PM   #64 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by euromodder View Post
You could get air being sucked up between the bed and the trailer, and that could prevent the air from getting out the bed - maybe it could even blow some air back in.

Sorta like what you can get between cab and bed, if there's a gap there.
Did some highway drives today at speed and the rear window didn't even budge. Guess I will have to do test drives with the trailer and see if the window will budge again.

It's probably gonna be a wash once I start building the trailer up to match the width of the truck and install the gap covers.

There is a gap between the cab and bed but the aero cap and belly pan should minimize the amount of air that should move through the bed. I guess if I really wanted to know, I'd have someone else drive the truck and I'll sit in the bed and see what moves the pinwheel or set up some yarn tuffs on a string and place a bunch of them under the aero cap.
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