|Model||FBA_8000 ABS LID|
|Item Weight||10 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.5 x 17.2 x 17.2 inches|
|Item model number||8000 ABS LID|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Manufacturer Part Number||FBA_8000 ABS LID|
|OEM Part Number||801200|
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About Fan-Tastic Vent: Fan-Tastic Vent was chartered as a stock corporation in 1984 and in 1985 began production of a 12-volt high efficiency ceiling fan in Burton, Michigan. In its first year the company employed 4 people and built approximately 2,000 fans. As sales continued to grow, the company moved to a larger facility in Capac, Michigan, in 1995. In an unfortunate turn of events, a devastating fire followed the move in January of 1997, resulting in a total loss. Incredibly, the company rebounded much faster than the industry or the community anticipated. In just eleven days Fan-Tastic Vent was able to resume production. In 2010, Fan-Tastic Vent was acquired by Atwood Mobile Products LLC, a leading supplier to the recreation vehicle industry. Today Fan-Tastic Vent continues to be one of the most recognized brand names in the industry and has sold over 3 million fans.
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This unit fit out needs , was fairly easy install , got power from ceiling light about a foot away .
Job took about an hour and a half , two thirds of the time was for removing old sealant from old vent .
Very happy , have used fantastic fans in other trailers we have owned .
Here were my initial impressions when I got it.
1. Whoa. Big.
2. Wow. Metal mounting arms for the motor? Nice.
3. This plastic is FAR tougher than my stock vent covers.
4. That fan switch has a nice solid "click" to it.
5. Only 2 wires? Cool. Easy.
6. I want another one. How can this only cost $100-ish bucks? The vent alone runs close to $50.
Installation was too easy (how often does that happen?). The interior trim piece worried me but it's a simple score-bend-break job. They give you instructions. To test the fan before you install it just touch the wires to a light socket (12v interior light).
If, on the outside chance, you wanted the fan to blow in instead of out, just switch the +/- wires and there ya' go.
Most importantly, how does it feel? On a 25 foot Class C with the fan mounted in the back and the windows over the cab open, it just feels like a nice steady breeze passing through the cabin. It's that feeling you get around 2am with all the windows open when you just happen to park the rig the right way and you get that awesome evening air coming through the cab.
The reason I don't like the RV is I like fresh air and the A/C can be really drafty and harsh. In fact, I like sleeping under the stars. But this will make sleeping in the RV a real treat - comfort AND breeze.
Okay... way too excited about a fan. I shouldn't be surprised - they're well reviewed all over the Intertubes. But I was still surprised by the build quality and the amount of air it moved.