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Old 04-08-2015, 08:53 PM
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Re: Dusty back window

I put a cap on my pick-up and same thing happened,so i was at a swap meet and picked up a wing with hopes of helping keep the back window clean.It didn't but looks good.

I do like the wing in post 12 that may offer best results.
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Re: Dusty back window

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As an old fighter pilot I know a little about aerodynamics, and I believe the slot would also add to aerodynamic performance by reducing the turbulent airflow over the top of the wing.

As and old fighter pilot, what about the Bernoulli effect creating a low pressure area at the back of the car drawing dust onto the rear wind screen??.............
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