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Old 08-08-2015, 07:40 PM   #1
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I got a pair of these for my Promaster and a few other things.

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I was going to try a set of these.

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Maybe put a very fine no-see-um screen on them so that roof vent doesn't suck bugs into the coach. I would use them only when camping. I don't think they'd stay in place like yours.
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With modern air conditioning and controls and quieter ride it would be rare to have our cab windows open to need or desire air deflectors. With six awning windows, we would never crack our cab windows when parked. I would think maybe they would appeal to an ash flicking smoker.
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I didn't get them for driving. It's for parking with the ventilator running.
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I wouldn't need them parked with our 6 awning windows, four in the back of the van and two at the sliding door.
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I was going to try a set of these.

Airvent

Maybe put a very fine no-see-um screen on them so that roof vent doesn't suck bugs into the coach. I would use them only when camping. I don't think they'd stay in place like yours.
That looks useful. I gave a lot of thought to making something like that for my Chevy. I ended up using AVS Ventvisors and a screen Velcro'd in place. http://www.classbforum.com/forums/f8...reen-3077.html

I think that the AVS Ventvisors are very useful. I leave the cab windows open about 1/2" when I'm away from the van with no worries about rain or security.
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Nicely sized travel table. Might work well with craft projects
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I didn't get them for driving. It's for parking with the ventilator running.
How did these work out for you? You keeping them for your 59k? We keep 2 dogs in for short spurts with ventilator running, so may considering these.
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Still waiting on my K.
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Latest issue of Motorhome Magazine features a red 59K on the front cover...good article inside, too!
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Hi! I have a 2015 Travato 59G (2014 Dodge ProMaster Chassis) and am looking for deflectors so I can have airflow when it's raining. Your photos look like my windows, but your description doesn't mention which rig you mounted them on. Are they working well? Did you need to make other mods? Thanks!
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