Using Mother Nature's resources as an indicator...
of a custom aero improvements? Something from the past snow storm makes an interesting shape on the camper shell...
I know there are many factors that can influence the shape like the snow flakes sticking and the speed of the wind but I do find it intriguing that it did make the rear of the camper shell similar to a Kammback... No...this is not my truck.
haha holycow, I feel the same. I was totally lost since I can't see the pics (work blocked). I call them toppers if anyone cares. I know my friend has one for his S-10, and his highway drops by 1-2mpg when he isn't wearing it. Apparently the bed is less aero empty than loaded. His topper slopes backwards, to make a wedge. I had filled the bed of my truck recently and driven a distance, upto 45mph (to work). The air pulled most the snow out of the bed, leaving me with maybe a 10th of what I dumped in. Granted it wasn't hardened yet, but the way the air moved and swirled, I'd need something that dettached the air higher up on the cab with respect to the tailgate.
lol yeah I've been noticing the snow on cars as well. It's interesting to see what shape the snow takes if you leave it on your car (which gives you less mpg but oh well, just for one trip). Mine tends to have a "hump" just after the wind shield like the air is jumping the roof after hitting the wind shield. and another hump at the very front of the hood because the air is hitting the head lights/ grille block.
Best fill up so far is now 29 MPG!