Join Date: Jan 2016
Location: Montreal, Canada
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A few notes on the Fan Installation.
As suggested by EddieZ here, we've been using the existing 4 cutouts in the D Pillar at the rear of the van for air intake.
So far, we just removed the plastic covers.
Removing these rear frame seals will likely result in substantial road dust intake when traveling on gravel/dirt roads. Seems that this would be compounded if you are driving dirt and have the MaxxFan on and pulling air in.
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