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tropical36

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malex002 wrote:

i would suggest that you tape around your windows and anywhere you think wind could get in with painters tape and take a drive. You'll find out pretty quick where the wind is coming from.

Didn't work for me.
Even stuffed plastic bags everywhere, including under the hood and on the sides of the dash.
Hey, they were designed that way and if one was lucky enough for getting one where they made the mistake of sealing it up tight, then just rejoice.
One must also remember, that with the cockpit quietness of most DP's, any noise at all, is going to be more noticeable than it would be with most gassers.


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