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2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black

2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black

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This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of black, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure. Lowest Prices for the best rv vents and fans from Redline. 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black part number HMAV2-AVT2 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Redline RV Vents and Fans - HMAV2-AVT2

  • Wall Vent
  • No Fan
  • 6W x 8L Inch
  • Black
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This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of black, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure.


Features:

  • Affordable trailer vent provides continuous ventilation for your enclosed trailer
    • To increase ventilation, you can install more than 1 vent
  • 2-Piece design creates a low-profile vent that's attractive both inside and outside your trailer
  • Half-moon piece with flat, slotted side attaches to trailer's exterior
    • Slots are on one side only, allowing you to position the vent for best airflow and to help prevent water from getting in
    • Drain holes at the corners let out any water that does get in
  • Round, slotted interior piece installs inside your trailer
    • You can easily trim vent tube to fit thin walls
  • UV-resistant, polypropylene plastic construction stands up to the elements
  • Black color
  • 9 Screws and sealant (sold separately) required for installation


Specs:

  • Fits 3" diameter hole in enclosed trailer
  • Exterior half-moon piece
    • Overall dimensions: 8" long x 6" wide x 1-1/4" tall
    • Flange width: 1/2"
  • Interior circular piece
    • Diameter at flange: 4-1/8"
    • Vent tube outside diameter: 2-15/16"
    • Tube depth: 1-1/2"
    • Flange width: 5/8"


HMAV2-AVT2 Alliance 2-Piece Enclosed Trailer Vent - UV Resistant Polypropylene Plastic - Black






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2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black - HMAV2-AVT2

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (162 Customer Reviews)

This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of black, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure.

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My 5x8 enclosed trailer was overheating due to no arrangements for ventilation. I added the 2-piece polypropylene trailer vents along with a rooftop solar powered plumbing vent and my problem was solved. The inside of the trailer temperature remains pretty much close to ambient temperature



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Excellent product and easy to work with. Great service. I was concerned however about insects entering through the vents so came up with a filtration system. Used a PVC coupling and some filter material. Cut the coupling to 1/2 inch rings and remove just enough material to allow an inside press fit. Cut round filter and insert first then hold in place with the ring. On the outside vent cut a long narrow piece as shown. When installed as shown, adds very good double filter and allows air to move freely. Just finished a 6000 mile trip clear across the country and back and filter performed perfectly. Eliminating the heat build up AND keeping the bugs out. JIM : ]


Comments
I really like this idea and thanks for taking the time to document and post this info. What is the blue filter material, where did you find that and how is it secured to the external vent piece?Best regards.
-- comment by: Herb L - 08/02/2014


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No complaints. I'm not sure how efficient the air transfer it through this vent, but it was easy enough to install, and has been water tight. It's installed to vent my battery compartment through the rear of my teardrop trailer.


Comments
Still no complaints. Almost had a bear test its durability while camping in tahoe, but chased it away before it investigated too closely.
Dan G - 07/26/2021


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Another review (above) recommended using a plywood jig. I took their advice and was glad I did. They did not include images, so I am. It made the install SUPER easy. 1) Use a scrap piece of 1/2 or 3/4" plywood slightly larger than the exterior vent. Find center of plywood and use 3" hole saw to make opening. Insert the round interior vent (loosely) from one side, and then loosely attach semi-circular exterior piece. Pinch all three pieces together and set on a flat surface. Trace the outline of the semi-circular vent onto the plywood. Make marks at the 6 screw hole openings. 2) Drill through plywood at the 6 screw openings. 3) locate vent position on exterior of trailer (note: make sure the shape of the vent corresponds to the flow of air!!!). 4) place plywood jig at desired loaction (press against exterior of trailer) and drive at least 4 self-tapping screws through plywood and into trailer wall (make sure to use screws long enough to penetrate thickness of plywood). 5) now that plywood is attached to exterior of trailer, use a hole saw to cut through metal and plywood interior wall. The jig will keep your saw in perfect path. 6) Apply silicon to inner rim of 3" round interior vent cover. Press into opening. 7) My interior vent was the perfect depth - It was flush with exterior of trailer wall. If yours is too long, cut to proper depth. Apply silicon at seam where metal opening meets end of interior vent (added protection against rain). 8) Add silicon bead on underside of exterior vent flange. Align with screw holes (from jig attachment) and drive 6 self-tapping screws. Good luck!



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We use these on every trailer we make, very good heavy duty vent, attractive, adds a design element to the trailers. We use both black and white vents, depending on the side color of the trailer. Yes, we are kind of trailer nerds! And we do love e-trailer!



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We use these in all of our trailers, they work just fine, we have had no issues with them. They just provide a little extra ventilation. We use them as a wall vent with lots of silicone behind the screws, and have had no issues with water infiltration or insects. One of our go-to products.



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We use two of these vents on every trailer that we make, and are nothing but happy with the condition, the price and the functionality of it. Such a simple concept that just works so well for some additional ventilation.



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Ticks all of our boxes for passive air flow. Have been using them in our trailers for years now. We use two per teardrop, one on each side of the trailer for cross ventilation.



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Those parts that we purchase from etrailer always arrive as advertised and in a timely manner. The parts (we are a teardrop trailer manufacturer, and are notoriously hard to please!) are sturdy and well made. Have never had an issue with this company in the four years we have used them as one of our suppliers.



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Good product easy installation and fast delivery. I have more to purchase and will be going back for sure.



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Not so Impressed. There doesn't seem to be much better airflow in my trailer. I installed 4 vents. The way the product is designed seems to block air from coming instead of letting it flow.


Comments
They dont seem to help much at all to be honest. 4 vents and still hot in the trailer.
Mirabify - 07/27/2020


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Just finished installing my new vents, very easy to install and look pretty good as well, hopefully they serve they're purpose. Any ventilation is better than none.



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Finally found the time to install 2 of these air vents on my cargo trailer, putting 1 on each side about mid-length and up towards the roof. I used a 3" hole saw with a 1/4" drill bit in the center. I marked my spot on the outside and started drilling. Once I got the 3" started on the outside, I went inside and drilled the #' through the inside wall and kept going through the outside wall. The 2 pieces fit perfect. I then secured each piece with stainless steel screws. I took my time and things worked out great ! These vents should help remove a lot of the hot air that builds up inside of the trailer, here in SW Florida !



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Great Product.. Great to do business with you company. They are already installed. Very Pleased, I will do business with you again.



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My trailer is light weight easy to pull, even loaded don't even fell like its there . The only issue i had and still have the travel lights don't work properly, Ive check the power plug on my truck got a new adapter . I had my dealer ship check its not the truck or plugs. Its some were in the walls of the trailer i really don't want to take apart the walls travel lights to me are not that importation just tail, and break lights im good with my trailer.



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purchased a 5x10 enclosed cargo and will be installing 4 vents that are at a great price and will keep my trailer at a lot cooler temp, Thank You etrailer for the speedy shipping, and great parts.


Comments
Hello George i purchased 4 of them, front part of trailer i mounted 1 each side high and rear 1 mounted low each side , we left FW TX and drove to Tigard Oregon and kept the inside of that trailer very cool we don’t have the trailer any more but our next trailer will have the same ones mounted on its walls, thanks for the txt george great product great price...
Rigo V - 10/01/2018



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So far good products and helpful videos!



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Easy to install and they work as expect ed



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The outside finish has witness marks from the molding process. I’m sure it will work good. Low score for finish



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Easy to install and doesn't allow any rainwater to get in. Good product!



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Purchased item for venting 5X8 enclosed trailer. The item was positioned front and top of the side wall and mounted with venting facing forward. Two additional 3” floor vents were installed in the opposite end of the trailer to allow air flow. Hardware is not included with item; the air flow is restricted by the nature of the water proofing design which restricts the flow to less than 40% of the 3” diameter opening.



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Bought 2 of these to vent my trailer. Extremely simple install. Just use a 3" hole saw to locate the inner vent, center and level the outside vent and use the holes on the outside vent to mark the hole pattern and pop some pilot holes for the screws. I used some sealant around the flat that sits flush to the outside of the trailer as well as around the inner vent on the outside of the trailer.



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Purchase was simple and shipping was fast. I placed the vents of the right and left side with little or not issues and sealed as per instruction. If I was to make a recommendation I would suggest placing a tube of sealant in the vent. But, then you may have issues with color, etc. for customers.



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Great price and fast shipping.



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Smaller than what I was thinking, glad I got 2 to create circulation.


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    For the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black Item # HMAV2-AVT2 I have sent in an update to resolve the pricing issue, but yes the if you order the HMAV2 and the AVT2 separately you will still receive the same parts that are in the bundle. Turning the vent slots forward would allow for more airflow when pulling the trailer but will also cause more drag and incase the likely-hood of water getting inside the vent and damaging the walls of your trailer so best practice...
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    The # HMAV2-AVT2 vent you had looked at is really intended to be mounted to the sidewall of a structure rather than the roof. It's fairly low profile, so it could work in that application, but while the vehicle is standing still, there's a good possibility that you could get some water infiltration during a downpour. Something like the MaxxAir Mini Trailer Roof Vent, part # MA00-03750 would be a better choice. The vent includes a rain shield that prevents rain from entering as well as...
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  • How To Keep Bugs Out Of The Trailer Using the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent HMAV2-AVT2
    I do have an option for you but there is not an additional mesh screen for the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole part # HMAV2-AVT2 to keep out bugs/insects. The large vents that you see will keep out the majority of bugs and insects but some of the smaller ones can slip through. In order to prevent this you can simply take a finer mesh screen of your own and place it in between the trailer and vent. For example, we have the Bug Screen for Fan-Tastic Vent Ultra Breeze...
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  • Will Adding a Trailer Vent Reduce Condensation
    It would seem to me that having an air vent and a fan vent is going to be sufficient, but you can always add another vent to help improve airflow. With that being said, you can add the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 to provide you with a bit more airflow, but I'd be careful not to place it too low to the ground since it might allow rodents an easier route into the trailer. I don't believe that a vent is going to help reduce condensation and would let more moist air inside...
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  • Does Trailer Vent Have Holes to Drain Water?
    Sure, you can install the Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 facing the rear if you like to cut down the wind noise. And there are drain holes for water at the corners of the vent. See the red arrow in the accompanying photo? That would be the drain hole for the rain water so it will be able to escape.
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  • Do Half Moon Trailer Vents Need to be Installed Facing Down or Back
    You can install the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - Black # HMAV2-AVT2 in whatever manner suits you best; some people install it so the half-moon is facing to the rear though most do it with the half-moon facing down. I have added photos that our customers sent in showing both instances. This is one of those instances where there really isn't a "right" answer because you can install it wherever you think will give you the most ventilation and both corners have...
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  • Wall Vent Recommendation for Enclosed Trailer
    The largest side wall vent we have for trailers is 3 inch diameter like the part # HMAV2-AVT2 that you referenced. These do an excellent job venting out hot air in enclosed trailers. I'd install them higher on the walls since hot air rises and probably at the back of the trailer. I'd start with maybe two and see if you like how they perform and add more if you need it. For most people just a pair of these is all that's needed. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Side Wall Vent Recommendation for an Enclosed Trailer for Maximum Air Flow
    Since heat rises I would at the very least put a set of the Trailer Vents # HMAV2-AVT2 near the top of the trailer to get the hottest air of the trailer out. What you could do for maximum air flow in your trailer is have a set facing forward in the front of your trailer near the bottom of the side wall and then have another set facing rearward at the top/back of the trailer. This will maximize getting cool air into the trailer and hot air out.
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  • Can the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 Mount Facing Forward
    If you mounted the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 with the opening of the vent facing forward like a ram air hood on a car there is a better chance of it allowing water through it. If there is any way to mount it like in the picture I attached that we got from a customer you would be better off. That being said, most hood scoops that are small like the part # HMAV2-AVT2 actually don't get a lot of direct airflow at highway speeds because the wind deflects off the top...
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  • Installing 2-Piece Vent On Cargo Craft Enclosed Trailer
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  • Will 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent Cover 4 inch Diameter Hole
    The outer portion of the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole # HMAV2-AVT2 that you referenced would easily fit over a 4 inch diameter hole like you mentioned. The inner section does require a 3 inch hole so it wouldn't be able to attach though.
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  • Orientation of 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent to Prevent Air Flow Disturbances
    If you are worried about moving too much air in your trailer with the install of the trailer vent part # HMAV2-AVT2 your best option would be to only run these vents as exhaust vents so facing the rear of the trailer as that will gently pull air out of the trailer as you are driving. I attached an install video for this vent for you to check out as well.
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    The Redline 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 is suitable for front- and rear-of-trailer installation as you describe. The vent is designed to allow any water that does get in to exit through the drainage holes in the corners. The exterior portion's half-moon shape provides protection from moisture entering the trailer while still allowing good air flow to keep your trailer's interior cooler as you drive. Keep in mind that the hot air in the trailer will be at the top near...
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  • Tips for Trimming 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent to Fit a Thin Wall
    The easiest way to trim the round vent piece in Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 is to first determine how much needs to be trimmed but placing it through the hole in the trailer wall. Mark the proper depth on the vent piece then remove it from the wall. For a straight, clean cut I recommend a rotary tool. You could use a hack saw with fine teeth as well but I would be careful to keep it as straight as possible. You will likely have to sand off some rough edges no matter how it is cut.
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  • Availability of Side Vents for Toy Hauler Trailer
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  • Recommended Direction for Installing 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2
    I recommend having the vent opening of the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 either face the rear of the trailer so that it sucks air out as you are traveling or have it face down as either of these two positions will prevent water from entering into the trailer.
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  • Vent Modifications to Increase Flow in 5 x 9 Enclosed Trailer
    The two-piece vent assembly you referenced, part # HMAV2-AVT2 from Redline, includes an outer portion with perforations on its lower surface to allow hot air out while preventing rain from getting in. Four of these vents (or similar equivalents) seem like a suitable start for basic trailer ventilation so you are on the right track. However, you may want to consider a roof vent. This will require some obvious cutting in your trailer and careful sealing of the vent (to prevent entry of...
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  • Best Vent Location To Prevent Items From Blowing Around While Providing Trailer Ventilation
    When installing a product such as the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" # HMAV2-AVT2 inside the trailer, the best way to face vents to prevent items blowing around the trailer depends on the vent location. There are slots on one side of the unit, allowing you to position the vent for best airflow. I recommend installing the vents near the top of the trailer to get the hottest air of the trailer out. With the vent being installed closer to the roof of the trailer, point the slots...
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  • Does the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent have to Be Installed Facing a Certain Direction
    There isn't really a specific way that the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 has to be mounted. You could mount it like in the pictures or in any other orientation. It's just that with the openings pointed down it is much less likely that rain water could get inside the trailer.
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  • Trailer Vent Recommendation for Venting an Air Conditioner Unit
    The 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 would work well as an air conditioner vent on your trailer. You would just need to cut a 3 inch hole in your trailer to install the vent. For self-tapping screws the part # 31071 would work great and then for sealant part # 0160297.
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  • Venting a Sprinter Cargo Van to Keep Interior Temperatures from Climbing in Summer
    The Redline 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 that you referenced is a good option for your application in the summer time, but this vent does not allow you to seal it off in the cold months. A good option for your application is a butterfly-type vent that will allow you to open and close the air flow as required. Redline offers their round butterfly vent # 371800 that is shown in the linked video. This vent will withstand highway speeds but do note that there will be some...
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  • Replacement Waterproof Wall Vent for Enclosed Trailer
    The semicircular portion of our wall vent, # HMAV2-AVT2, mounts to the outside wall. The ventilation slots are on the bottom of the vent, so as long as a sealant is used to install it the vent won't allow water to the interior of the trailer. We recommend using a sealant like sealant part # 0160297, to help seal the trailer from the elements. The Loctite urethane sealant is applied as a thick liquid to parts before assembly or in seams after assembly to create a waterproof bond in a...
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  • Orientation of the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 When Installed
    It really is up to you how you want to install the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 that you referenced. The safest way will be with the opening facing down so that water doesn't leak in but we have seen people face the opening rearward without problem as well.
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  • Recommended Orientation/Installation for Redline 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2
    The Redline 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 should be installed so that the openings on the flat bottom portion of the external section face down. In any other orientation there will be potential for rain to enter. Installation also requires that you apply a sealer of some kind to the two parts' mounting flanges. You can use a silicone caulk or a urethane sealant like TempPro # 0160297. Please refer to the linked photo for illustration. We also offer installation hardware,...
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  • Availability of Trailer Vent that Mounts on Wall that Can Open and Close While Traveling
    The best option for that would be the # RV-626-062. This can open and close on either side to allow you more flexibility in terms of how much air you would want to move. Check out the review video I attached for more info as well.
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  • How Should Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 Be Installed and Will it Keep Out Water
    The short answer is nothing prevents water from going into vent # HMAV2-AVT2. If you have the opening facing down some water may trickle in at higher speeds but it would not be like a continuous misty spray. I believe that the way you want to install these vents would work well, especially considering that you will also be adding a roof vent. While I have not personally seen anyone install these vents in this manner, there really is no right or wrong way to install them and your way...
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  • Installation Hardware for Trailer Vent HMAV2-AVT2
    To install the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 you will need 9 screws, either the Zinc Sheet Metal Screw # 31071 or Wood Screw # 30587 as well as Sealant # 0160297. I've added links to video reviews of these products for you to take a look at as well.
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  • What Size Hole Should be Drilled to Install a 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent
    To install the 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent # HMAV2-AVT2 and have it functional you will need to drill a 3 inch hole with a hole saw like you suggested. If your trailer wall is thicker than 1-1/2 inches you may need to use a piece of 3 inch inside diameter PVC pipe and drill a larger hole to match the outside diameter of the 3 inch pipe.
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