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Old 09-29-2014, 09:32 PM   #1
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I am a real supporter of these great fans. I installed two of them in my TT and am impressed with how well they work and how quiet they are. I recently added one to my brothers Keystone trailer and he is very happy with it. I used the Ultra Breeze covers on these installations.
I just added two fans to my daughters trailer and put on the Ultra Breeze covers. One of her old fans had a Max Air cover on it, with the new fan and cover the increased performance was very noticeable.
Anyone who needs to upgrade can't go wrong with these products and the customer service is great.
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Been using them since at least 2000 and maybe before, don't really remember. The new owners are cutting back on free parts and charging for postage though.
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I am a real supporter of these great fans. I installed two of them in my TT and am impressed with how well they work and how quiet they are. I recently added one to my brothers Keystone trailer and he is very happy with it. I used the Ultra Breeze covers on these installations.
I just added two fans to my daughters trailer and put on the Ultra Breeze covers. One of her old fans had a Max Air cover on it, with the new fan and cover the increased performance was very noticeable.
Anyone who needs to upgrade can't go wrong with these products and the customer service is great.
Two? Are we talking about fridge circulation fans?
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My Northwood Fox Mountain came with two Fantastic fans. One in the bathroom and one in the bedroom. The bedroom one is the one with the remote control. Couldn't be happier. I can set the fan for whatever temp I want it to shut off at and it will cycle down for as long as it takes, then shuts it's self off. It also has a rain sensor. I can close the cover to if needed while lying in bed. Just hit the off button 3x and the lid closes.
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Two? Are we talking about fridge circulation fans?
Both our Dutch Stars have had two Fantastic fans in the ceiling, not sure but I think we had two in our '98 Santara also.
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Our Dolphin came with one in the kitchen area. I added one in the bath area to exhaust moisture. They work great.
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