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    I must apologize for not responding sooner however I just saw your message now.

    I would highly recommend a fan. -Moisture removal- I initially put one vent fan in my Skoolie for when showering to let the moisture out. I quickly learned that if it is exhausting the air, either a window or another vent had to be open. I installed another one in the front near the stove to give it a source of air to pull from. It's also great when cooking, I reverse the fans and it pull out the smells and smoke out. He doesn't need 2 however when it's raining, it provides fresh air. -Fresh air- I have a mini split a/c installed, however these fans brings in a lot of air and use very little power. They have screens on them which helped keep the mosquitoes at bay.

    I'm no expert however have taken my Skoolie across the US to California and back for a couple of months and these fans truly worked out for us!!

    I hope this helps and again, sorry for such the long delay!!

  2. Sharee100
    I live in Clinton, NC. My adult son lives in Jackson, TN. My shuttle is there for now. We just started gutting the shuttle bus. It is a 2001 Chevy Express with El Dorado bus body 6.5L turbo diesel. I am following an online course at alternative homes today with Ross Lukeman. He has a Chevy Express 3500 6.5L turbo diesel van that he is converting. My son does not want to put in the vent fan. I spotted your remarks about your Maxxfan. Can I cite you as a reference to my son? He thinks the vent fan won't make a difference.

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  • About Tarheel Travelers
    I've traveled the world courtesy of Uncle Sam and now it's time to travel the good ole US of A!!!
    My Bus
    Fayetteville, NC
    Traveling, camping, cars, buses and new adventures
    Thomas B2B
    Retired logistician from US Army
    MBE 926 7.2L 211HP
    Rated Cap.
    29,000 LBS


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