PACCAR PRODUCT UPDATES
Kenworth T680/T880 & Peterbilt 579
(2) Roof Fairing Only Models:
Standard & Low Profile
KW P2-9s 579 P2-9s
arrow NEW Kenworth T680/T880 Factory Mount Bracket Option #8821924
arrow NEW Peterbilt 579 Factory Mount Bracket Option #7871160
arrow Integrated Marker Light Option
arrow LED Back-Lit Logo Light Option
arrow Custom White Gel Finish
arrow Airodyne Bracket Retrofit for Stock Trucks
arrow Low Profile, 12'-2" Installed Height
Peterbilt 579 & NEW Kenworth T680/T880
(P2-C) Collapsible, OEM Sun Visor Compatible
4-Way Decking
Easy End-User Install, 1-Man Hour
Low-Profile Option
Simple 2-Piece Design
Integrated LED Marker Lights
LED Backlit Logo Light Option
Lightweight
Collapsible Models
Custom CNG/LNG Roof Fairings
Optimize Fuel Savings with Improved Aerodynamics
Boost Environmental Image
Reduces Carbon Footprint
Custom Design
Premier Supplier - Top Performing Aerodynamic Fairings
Airodyne Industries, Inc. is a woman owned and certified company headquartered near Detroit, celebrating their 40th Anniversary. In 1976, Airodyne pioneered heavy-truck aerodynamics in North America by introducing the first three-dimensional deflector or Full Roof Fairing, universally recognized today as the industry standard. More History.

Well designed Roof Fairings (closed top and sides extending to back of cab) remain the single most important fuel-economy device, with Savings up to 15%! Independent Fleet Tests Report Fuel Savings Up To 14% with Airodyne Roof Fairings.
Mantioulin 73-P Front View
Manitoulin as seen on Ice Road Truckers



Truck Fairings
Fit Factory Mounts
Total Vehicle Aerodynamics
Airodyne continues to advance Fuel Savings with EPA Smartway Certified Trailer Technologies, that are CARB compliant for 2010 legislation requiring trailer aerodynamic devices when operating in California.
AeroCurtains - Awarded EPA's Highest Rating (Advanced) for Fuel Savings Over 6%
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