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slide on camper on bocar tray

We have purchased a new dmax extra cab and had to install a bocar tray to get the length for the camper we now have a loud whistling noise when camper is on ute just curios if any body has experienced similar problem or has heard of the problem and an easy fix thanks.   

-- Edited by papasmurf on Sunday 27th of October 2019 06:28:42 PM



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Whistling occurs as wind passes across any aperture - Use cardboard and gaffer tape or similar to fashion panels over any openings on side or top - when you locate the offending aperture - you can then work out how to permanently deflect wind.


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Welcome to the gang Gordon, enjoy here and out in the playground.

In a previous life and many moons back now I had racks on the top of my panel van to carry a surfboard and when board not on the racks whistled so put foam around them and tied down with tape. Worked too. Just a thought but might not be suitable in your case.

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You are right Doug, any cheap interruption fix is worth trying 1st. A short lenght of pvc pipe on roof racks(if fitted) can make a big difference.


Cheers Craig

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