Well, it's about that time. Cooler weather is around the corner. We will soon have to flip the snouts around on our air cleaners. Here is my latest attempt at creating a more comfortable ride during the winter months. Seems every attempt I've made so far is like pissing in the wind. If heat is accumulative then on any given day the heated air entering the cabin is 100F hotter than the ambient air temperature. Example 40F outside, the air coming out of the heater is 140F. So the cabin should be quite toasty. The temperature is not the problem, it's the air flow. My theory is this fan should help stir up the air a bit within the cabin. My wife bought this small desk fan somewhere and decided it didn't work for her or something. It's supposed to run on two 1.5 volt D cell batteries. I soldered the power wires from an old USB extension cord to the battery contacts. Then plugged this into my power point I installed to recharge my cell phone. I mounted it under the fuel tank cutout with 3M adhesive. The fan flips so the battery pack is used as a mount. I can feel it moving air and unlike some of the other fans I've tried it's quiet. I'll give it a shot and see how it works.