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Old 04-14-2014, 10:47 AM   #15
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That looks great Deryk!! Wish I had gone that route rather than the Fantastic Fan as well.
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Old 04-14-2014, 10:51 AM   #16
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That looks great Deryk!! Wish I had gone that route rather than the Fantastic Fan as well.
I thought you had an eye on a Maxx fan with the optional Escape attached.
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I thought you had an eye on a Maxx fan with the optional Escape attached.
Oh I do! It seems like the easiest way to fix my lack of a Maxx Fan problem..... along with a few other trailer envy issues!
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Old 04-15-2014, 05:53 PM   #18
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Deryk, thanks for posting the picture. I had ordered the maxx air and didn't notice until I saw your picture that Parkliner had installed the fantastic fan. Looks like I'll be heading back down since I can't get the A/C to work either.
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Yeah Huck i think it will make a difference the first time it rains and you cant open the vent. I wonder why more manuf arent using it as the standard...price ispretty close
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Nice swap out deryk and way to go for sure.

As some of you know i had Chandler put in the MaxxFan 5100 (same model deryk installed) in our PL#35. He had not seen it before i mentioned it in our preliminary order-discussions and installed it at no extra cost at that time. I'm pretty sure he will install it at the factory if you request it. WAAAY beyond the Fantasitc Fan (we have the Maxx in both van and parkliner)

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Nice rig Thom.

And derek, while the raid hood is nice, I think the best part of these fans is a thermostat control. I sometimes forget to turn mine off and if the temp drops, so does the inside temp. I wonder if there is a kit to mod any fan to make it temperature controlled.
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