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  • GarynNancy
    GarynNancyRV Repair Club:
    June 17, 2019We are contemplating putting vent covers on our 5th wheel. I am looking for reviews of the different brands. It looks like Maxxair is more expensive. Is it worth almost double the price of the Camco?
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      Jenskifer | GlutenFreeRV June 17, 2019 we like our maxxair cover (and fan, for that matter) because rain doesn't get in and it's been quite sturdy in very windy storms. supposedly you can drive with the cover open too (because its so wind-proof) but we haven't tried it. So I guess...  more
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        GarynNancy June 17, 2019 Have you ever tried the Camco brand?  
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        Jenskifer | GlutenFreeRV June 17, 2019 i spoke too soon-- we were replacing the base-model kind without any wind protection, which was just like the camco models i saw when we were shopping around. i just googled and saw camco offers a wind-proof version of our maxxair cover, which i didn't kn...  more
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      Paul & Kay Legare June 17, 2019 Put me in the happy with maxxair column. I do drive with the vents open on occasion. Rain has never been an issue.
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      TheClearyClan June 17, 2019 Our Gulfstream Yellowstone came with four vents. The bathroom vent has one tiny fan. The year after we bought the rig we added two MaxxAir vent covers, one near the front and the one over the bathroom and we added the Golly-Gee-Whiz-Bang-top-of-the-line M...  more
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      Jim & Vickie Smith June 17, 2019 Soon after we bought our Minnie Winnie nearly 2 years ago we got 2 MaxxAir fan vents with remote controls. They have built in rain sensors which will automatically close the vent when moisture is detected.  After our first long distance trip the DW d...  more
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        TheClearyClan June 18, 2019 We bought our vent covers and fans from Camping World, Lakewood, NJ, and had them install them all in three days. The real trick was getting them to wire the bedroom fan not to the ceiling light as it had a wall switch. There was a light over the bed with...  more
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      dstowe Dan and Pam June 18, 2019 I put the camco standard covers on my last trailer and I found that I couldn't open the vents fully because of the shape of the cover.  I put the maxxair standard cover on my current trailer and it fits much better and the vent can fully open.  ...  more
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      Ray & Ann June 18, 2019 Mine came with 3 Maxair covers, never had rain get in :) Last week I ungraded the bath vent to a Fantastic and was surprised to see the Maxair is only held on by 4 small screws
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      Steve & Diane June 18, 2019 We put 3 maxxair vent covers on our RV when we first purchased it.  Not only do they keep the rain out, they hold up to heavy hail.
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      Michael Zike & Lynne Brooks June 18, 2019 Strongly suggest you use Lexan Vent Covers for vents and sky lights. We ha friends that lost all their vents in a Hail Storm and replaced with Lexan for strength


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      TeamFoxy June 18, 2019 I think the MaxAir covers hold up better to the UV in Florida. It seems counter intuitive, but the black covers last longer than the white ones do.
    • GarynNancy
      OurMobileBackPack June 19, 2019 Two of my vent covers were badly damaged in a hail storm so after replacing them I also installed 2 Camco  covers. They were easy to install and I like that I can leave the vents open when I am driving and when it rains or for fresh air when using ou...  more
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