I was thinking about installing a maxxair turbo fan on my trailer, but I'm not sure if the cost is worth it when I can just put the maxxair covers over my fan in the bathroom and the vent in the bedroom for a third of the price.
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2006 Ford F-250, Crew Cab, Lariat, 6.0L Powerstroke
2010 North Country 27BHS
I had two ceiling vents. The one in the center of the trailer and one in the bathroom which is in the rear drivers side. The bath had the standard mini fan, the one in the middle had no fan.
I bought a Vortex replacement fan and put it in the middle vent which had none previously by wiring into the light near it. I also bought MaxAir2 covers which I plan on installing prior to my next trip as soon as I get a dry weekend to get on the roof.
To me, the other fans, while getting rave reviews, seemed awfully high priced. For a 23' trailer, two fans and opening windows at the front of the camper ought to draw plenty of air through to cool it on the few trips a year I do without electric hookups.
2011 Silverado Crewcab 4x4
2012 Passport 238ML
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I replaced the Maxxaire vent cover over the original little bathroom fan with a Turbomax Fan. Easy install as the vent cover brackets that were already there fit the TurboMax. Now we have a bidirectional 3-speed fan that is all but inaudible on the low speed. Moves lots of air on low speed, so we seldom use the higher speeds. One of our best upgrades.
For a lot less money and an easyer install I opted for the Vortex as CincyGus did I got the multi speed one on line and it was a quick intall and moves a lot of air I topped it with the Maxxair cover so I can have it open all the time if I want this is a great mod quick and relatively cheap as compared to other options.
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