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Old 01-08-2015, 03:50 PM   #1
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Air Tabs

I'd like to hear from someone who has installed air tabs and consequently "tried" them out. I'm seriously considering a set & would test them on a round trip from Washington State to New York & back.

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Hello! here is some reading for you to look through on this subject while waiting for other's experenance's...... https://www.google.com/search?q=air+...com&gws_rd=ssl

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Ah hum..you mean Vortex Generators?

I don't have any, but I know they do work. And after seeing the caked on crud on the back of my MH this winter I will definitely be trying some out.
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I have them on my MH. They have made a difference in handling with side winds. If they improved fuel mileage I cannot tell.
I had some extra airtabs. Put them on the overhead cab just in front of windshield. It made a big difference in cab noise.
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