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Old 01-08-2019, 04:45 PM   #1
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Default Aftermarket Roof Vent

I recently made the unfortunate mistake of driving my 2000 Roadtrek 190 Popular under a carport that decapitated my roof vent.

I was wondering if anyone has had luck with aftermarket roof vents. There is a plethora of options online and was hoping to narrow the search.

I don't want to spend a fortune, just good value.

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I recently made the unfortunate mistake of driving my 2000 Roadtrek 190 Popular under a carport that decapitated my roof vent.

I was wondering if anyone has had luck with aftermarket roof vents. There is a plethora of options online and was hoping to narrow the search.

I don't want to spend a fortune, just good value.

Thank you,
Brian
Welcome to the forum brfarley!

I'm not sure if you're talking about replacing your entire vent (fan & all) or just the cover. However, I highly recommend Maxxfan. Very convenient to never have to worry about rain coming in while using the fan or forgetting to close it.

You can get an entire new fan, or just a cover. Good luck.

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They are all aftermarket. Replace it with the identical one you broke which is probably Fantastic Fan.
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Thanks for the advise. I went ahead and ordered the MaxxFan with the rain hood.
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brfarley, it must be something in the air in Colorado. A friend in Denver bought a new Class A, drove it down the road less than a mile from his home to a service station he had traded with for years, pulled in to get some gas and took the roof air off the top! I think we have all had some experiences that are WHOOPS! Welcome to the forum.

We have a Maxxfan on our Roadtrek and it is really enjoyable. I especially like the lowest setting for quiet ventilation on a cool night. Makes for great sleeping especially when boondocking.
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