Here is a picture of a nose cone (www.nosecone.com
) attached to a travel trailer. Something like the picture here is about $728 plus shipping. You install it (DIY) or drive to California and have the company do it.
It can even be installed (for those with a window in front) with a hinge across the top of the nose cone with pressure gas shocks to lift it like a hatch and fastened at the bottom with those rubber hood latches found on tractor trailer fenders.
Just wanted everyone here to see that it is available for our units, even the 7' Swifts's Part Number NC58-RM2 (They will trim to 84")
Spoke with their service dept. Here is a snippit of our conversation:
"No more white knuckle driving" is the best comment! The comments always include, "less trailer sway when being passed by a big truck, I no longer have to watch my rear view mirror and grip the wheel tight when a big truck is coming from behind". Fuel economy improves by 10 up to 20% depending on gas or diesel power. The trailer is less affected by wind. Able to climb hills easier and with less downshifting. More power!!