Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby BigDave_185 » Sun May 17, 2020 10:19 pm

Some trailer fun

First my roof fell off!!!!
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Then I reinstalled it and used grabber screws instead of staples
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Then I set about installing my tie down points
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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby BigDave_185 » Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:45 am

Well the days rainstorm took a toll when it turned to hail
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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby BigDave_185 » Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:45 am

What’s the super awesome fan everyone replaces these with?


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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby aggie79 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 7:12 am

I like Fantastic vent fans, but have great things about the MaxxAir vent fans. On my teardrop trailer I had a Fantastic vent fan, and I have Fantastic vent fan on my travel trailer.

I feel your pain. I had the same hail situation and damage on my cheapo vent in my travel trailer. (It has a Fantastic vent fan in the rear and a cheapo vent in the front.)

Fantastic and MaxxAir both make vent covers that go over and around the vent. They allow you to open your vent fan in the rain. These covers have much thicker plastic than the vent fan tops.

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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby BigDave_185 » Mon Jun 08, 2020 8:53 am

Thank you for the response

I think I’ll be ordering one today, I did note online the larger cover that allows the vent to be open in any weather. I like that idea :)

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Re: Intro and title, “motobox that my wife would camp in”

Postby BigDave_185 » Sun Jun 21, 2020 7:40 pm

Put a new cover on. Figured I didn’t have power wire for the fan so didn’t bother $14 bucks


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