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  1. Ford Transit Parts
    For 14x14" opening. From DIY Van. New in box.
    $90 USD
  2. Ford Transit General Discussion
    Maxxair fan install question: whether rear, middle or front, has anyone installed it on the side (driver side, or passenger side) instead of in the center? If so, what problems did you encounter, how'd you solve them and would you do it again? (yes, I searched, thank you)
  3. Ford Transit Classifieds
    Two brand new never out of the plastic Caframo Sirocco II 12V/24V fans for sale. Black. Installed a second roof fan and will not be using these fans for my camper build. Retail is $109 each. Will sell individually for $75 each plus shipping or make me an offer for the pair. These are made in...
    $75 USD
  4. Ford Transit General Discussion
    My wife wants plants. Plants want light. Therefore my wife wants light. I was planning on a second Maxx but... Been looking around at prices for decent skylights and I was floored by the prices, three or four times the price of a Maxx 7500! The only windows currently in the van are the...
  5. Ford Transit Parts
    In near perfect condition. Comes with Housing, Seal kit, Wiring harness, Motor Blower, etc. What you see is what you get. This was removed from underneath the front passenger seat while converting into a camper. Worked flawlessly before being removed by a qualified mechanic. $200 obo. Free...
  6. Camper Vans and Conversions
    My only choice (as I understand) for installing a fan/vent in my 2020 Transit is to use a Fantastic Fan, because I have an Aluminess rack (bought used) that has cutouts that will only fit a Fantastic Fan, not a Maxxair. I've got an upfitter who is meticulous and normally will not install...
  7. Camper Vans and Conversions
    Hey folks, Wondering if anyone happens to have any experience with this product: https://www.pikavo.com/pikavo/product/pikavo-products/fromnda-fan-system Seems like an expensive solution to floor venting that could be done in proper DIY fashion but through reading many posts this particular...
  8. Electronics, Audio, and Lighting
    Anyone have a clever way to power the rear blower fan with auxiliary power? Could it be as easy as adding a 12v circuit to the existing connector? I'd like to use my house battery to circulate air at night. I don't need AC and don't want to turn the key on - plus that only works for 75...
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