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Recommended interior Garnish Needed When Installing Ventline Ceiling Vent In Trailer


Hi I want to add roof vents to a trailer that has nothing other that the metal skin, ie no insulation, inner wall, etc. I am looking at a pair of your Ventline Ventadome Cod: V2110SP-24l. Question, will the bottom flange of the vent tuck completely up into the upper vent assembly? Thanks for your reply, hopefully I can add these to my waiting cart.


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To determine if the garnish leg(bottom garnish) will seat completely in the upper part of the Ventline Roof Vent, part # V2110SP-24, you will need to measure the thickness of your trailer roof. If it is between 1-7/8 and 3 inches thick, this unit will work just great.

If your roof is between 4-7/8 to 6-1/4 inches thick you can use part # VA0445-37 for the bottom garnish. If your roof is between 2-7/8 and 4-1/4 inches, the part # VA0445-35 is the bottom garnish you need.

I also recommend the Installation Kit, part # 344270KITW. this kit includes the sealant, tape, and all of the screws needed to install the roof vent in your trailer.

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Jeffrey L

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