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How to Get Better Airflow in a Trailer


Does anyone make a vent scoup that can be turned to capture the breeze while camping. I was recently dry camping at a festival. Quiet hours started at 8:00. It was a breezy night, but I was pointing dead to the wind. It was nice outside but no air inside for sleeping.


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There isn't a scoop or wind diverter that would direct wind into the trailer while parked so the best option would be a roof vent that has a 12 volt fan that can pull the air in from the outside such as MaxxFan # MA00A04301K. It fits in a standard 14-1/4 inch rough square opening and has 4 speeds. Leave the vent lid open and turn on the fan to pull hot air out of the trailer. there is also a ceiling fan mode for circulation. I have linked a video review of this vent for you.

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