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Old 02-26-2017
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Originally Posted by hansruys View Post
I've been thinking about adding a roof vent cover
(like this one)
over my fantastic fan,

my reasoning is:
I "think" I would like to be able to drive down the road,
with the front air intake air vents and the roof air vent open,
enjoying a consistent movement of fresh air.

Looking at pictures of Wanderlodges,
I don't see any of those vents on the roof of other coaches,
so maybe it's not such a good I idea,

What do you guys know that I don't?
Then you need to travel out West.

Only issue with those is the fine screen plus the one on your vent together are too restrictive. I tore out the screen material in my vent covers to help. Plus these are "pre-solar" as they are under solar panels now.
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