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    Do they still sell these vents?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJ View Post
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    My plastic innards are broken... need to find a source.
    Was a little toasty in Tennessee!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvivion View Post
    Was a little toasty in Tennessee!

    MTV
    Holy cats was it hot, but still a great time!

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    I ordered them from Univair since they support the site - and they were cheaper!

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    3521s work pretty well. 352s not as well. The smaller ones can't be closed so my airplane was a home for insects until I replaced them.

    The hole diameter is critical to make them work well.
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    They flow a lot of air but they sometimes leak in the rain. They do pump some air.....

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    I tape mine closed in the winter.
    They work great in the summer.


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    Same vent Cub Crafters uses in the sky light of their Carbon Cubs. Makes a lot of noise when you try to close it and it departs the airplane with part of the skylight. Always carry color coordinated duct tape. I use a 3" hole saw in the drill press turned slow to drill the hole because, like noted above, the vents don't work well if the hole is wallowed out from a chattering hole saw.
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    I have had both the big ones on the roof of the cub crafters and 2" snap vents on my Husky. The Husky vents are at the lower corner of the side windows.
    The 2" ones on the husky cost $15 a pair and are far superior in performance and ease of use. http://snapventplastics.com/snapvent...ators/a-2-100/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Rusk View Post
    They flow a lot of air but they sometimes leak in the rain. They do pump some air.....

    Bill
    All you have to do is make a thin gasket...
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