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Old 07-12-2019, 09:34 PM   #1
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Oscillating fans for dash

My class A came prewired for oscillating fans. None were ever installed. Does anyone know where to get the 12V fans to mount in the corners like the school buses used to have?
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Amazon has them and I've seen them in large truck stops
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With these open blade finger safe ones .Not sure with kids,curtains and or blinds but boat people seem to love these ,maybe more so for how quiet and how much air to low power they draw during the night on batts. They have a few styles . Amazon has tons try marine search too.
https://www.amazon.com/Caframo-Ultim...ateway&sr=8-27
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I've got two that have never been used that I would give you except for the holes left in the dash! We tried them after buying the MH, but they just blow hot air and we found we were better off without them!
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I'd probably opt for one of the Prime Products fans that were designed to be used in motorhomes, trucks, and buses.

The 06-0600 is 6" and has a universal mounting bracket. Since you already have the wires to switches present, it should be a relatively easy installation.

Prime Products 6" Oscillating Fan

It can be purchased online at places like Amazon for about $25 (?)





eta: Now that I read some of the reviews of the product above, I'm not sure of the quality. The Prime Products fans that I was thinking about initially were used in some of the commercial buses I used to drive but they were not oscillating. They are heavy duty and are of better quality than the product above. Do you need the oscillation? The ones I was thinking of were similar to this product:

Prime Products 06-0850 Heavy Duty 6" Fan
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This RV doesn't have them but our last three (all Winnebagos) did. I liked them and used them regularly; they didn't oscillate, just aimed them with your hands.
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