From pictures it looks like he did a great job. It's one of the best-looking air tab projects I've seen -- most stand out too much for my taste. Hope it reduces aero drag as much as you are looking for.Gary, I had them installed at a body shop. I thought a guy that tapes off trucks all day would get the spacing and lines straight. I was not disappointed. Cost 2 hours labor. About $150.
Any updates on the Air Tabs?Chance, I had this done in Denver while passing through. I bought the air tabs at Volvo trucks of Denver at about $2.75 each. I had them installed at Denver truck and trailer body shop. They charged me 2 hours labor, I believe it was about $153 total. I felt a body shop was the best place as the guys there are used to taping straight lines and know what to wipe down the paint so everything is clean for the tape to stick. I am very pleased with their work. Even a friend that runs a body shop said the lines are perfect. I have noticed reduced drag when behind big trucks and when I pass them I do not get that huge whoosh the pushes you into the rumble strips. I have not put enough miles on to prove any increase in fuel mileage. I have a page on fuelly.com as Charity's Van.