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Old 02-14-2014, 05:23 PM   #1
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Need replacement Defroster Vent

My Country Coach has need of new defroster vents.

They are about 18" long and 2" wide.

Anyone know where to search for such a vent?

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Dash Vents/Defrost Vents: nwrvsupply.com

May have shorter length??
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Old 02-14-2014, 08:12 PM   #3
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Your vents were made by Cary Products in Hutchins Texas http://www.caryproducts.com/
Just give them the dimensions and they will sell direct to you. When you install just tighten the screws enough to snug the plastic. Most people tighten too much and break the plastic.
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It looks like a Denso part number LA145710-4971 defroster vent. Not sure how much they are, but they are widely used in coaches.
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Here they are on Ebay.

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Thanks to all for the quick and excellent information. I will call NW Supply. I keep forgetting about them as a supplier.
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