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2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - White

2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - White

Item # WHMAV2-WAVT2
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This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of white, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure. Call 800-298-1624 to order Redline enclosed trailer parts part number WHMAV2-WAVT2 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Redline products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for 2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - White. Enclosed Trailer Parts reviews from real customers.
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Redline Enclosed Trailer Parts - WHMAV2-WAVT2

  • Vents
  • Wall Vent
  • No Fan
  • Redline
  • 6W x 8L Inch
  • White

This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of white, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure.


Features:

  • Affordable trailer vent provides continuous ventilation for your enclosed trailer
    • To increase ventilation, you can install more than 1 vent
  • 2-Piece design creates a low-profile vent that's attractive both inside and outside your trailer
  • Half-moon piece with flat, slotted side attaches to trailer's exterior
    • Slots are on one side only, allowing you to position the vent for best airflow and to help prevent water from getting in
    • Drain holes at the corners let out any water that does get in
  • Round, slotted interior piece installs inside your trailer
    • You can easily trim vent tube to fit thin walls
  • UV-resistant, polypropylene plastic construction stands up to the elements
  • White color


Specs:

  • Fits 3" diameter hole in enclosed trailer
  • Exterior half-moon piece
    • Overall dimensions: 8" long x 6" wide x 1-1/4" tall
    • Flange width: 1/2"
  • Interior circular piece
    • Diameter at flange: 4-1/8"
    • Vent tube outside diameter: 2-15/16"
    • Tube depth: 1-1/2"
    • Flange width: 1/2"
  • 9 Screws (sold separately) required for installation
  • Sealant sold separately


WHMAV2-WAVT2 Alliance 2-Piece Enclosed Trailer Vent - UV Resistant Polypropylene Plastic - White






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2-Piece Polypropylene Trailer Vent for 3" Diameter Hole - White - WHMAV2-WAVT2

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (138 Customer Reviews)

This 2-piece vent provides an inexpensive yet attractive way to ventilate your enclosed trailer. Round interior vent and half-moon-shape exterior piece are both constructed of white, UV-resistant polypropylene plastic that holds up to sun exposure.

- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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These vents were exactly what I needed and was looking for to install on my home built steel frame aluminum skinned motorcycle trailer to create a positive continues in and out air flow to vent summer inside heat and fuel fumes out of the trailer that does vent from the m/c gas tank. I installed a total of four vents, two up front, one on each side high near the roof facing forward to force air in when the trailer is in motion and two on each side at the lower rear facing aft (rearward) to exhaust which will create a vacuum effect as the trailer is moving forward. Installation and painting was done pretty much the same way mentioned by a previous review made by Ray H. on 5/24 . I will add this helpful hint to make your multiple vent install go quick and accurate. If you first make a installation jig out of a piece of scrap 1/2 to 3/4 inch plywood large enough to trace the outside vent screw holes onto, but first drill the 3" hole with a hole-saw then slide the inside round vent tube through the plywood then fit the outside vent onto the inside thru tube collar now you can trace exactly where you need to drill the outside vent screw holes and everything will be aligned for a correct fit when you drill through your trailer wall. Now all you do is drill and secure with screws this plywood jig temporarily onto your trailer and drill all your holes and the plywood jig will insure your hole saw doesn't wobble or elongate it's pilot hole either. Last but not least, let me say that the entire staff at E-Trailer are the best regarding fast courteous and follow up service even after your order has been processed whether you order on-line or by telephone and you will become a repeat customer like myself for all your trailer needs but never for the same thing twice unless it's for another project..(: I'm including some pic's showing the partial to the finished vent installation but sorry I did not take a picture of the plywood jig.


Comments
Without thinking there is a photo of the plywood jig, its shown in pic number two where it also doubled for the inside backing for the outside vent screws to attach and give more bite for the screws to hold on to rather then just the thin wall aluminum skin, i just made one extra to use as a continuous pattern jig so the inside vent grill will fit exactly into the outside collar every time.
-- comment by: Wal H - 08/24/2013

Comments
Its been more then a year, I believe I had bought and installed those vents during the summer of 2013, and now to report all is still good with these items like the day they were installed, of course right now the trailer is covered tent style and sitting outside in the cold of winter here in upstate, NY.
Wal H - 02/20/2015


Comments
Hey have you noticed if any rain gets in at all when theres strong wind? I have a e150 cargo van I use as a conversion and need vents, seriously thinking about these, but gotta be sure about the rain issue
-- comment by: Mark S - 08/04/2015


Comments
Hello Mark,There is a drain hole at the bottom of these vents to allow water to drain out if and when you are trailering in the rain, so wind driven rain when parked is not a problem.Walt
-- comment by: Walt - 08/04/2015



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Finally got a break in the weather to install my Redline WHMAV2-WAVT2 Wall Vents. They were a breeze to install. The price was very competitive, and I enjoyed the rapid delivery. As I upgrade my Cargo Mate, I’ll be relying on eTrailer.com for all of the needed parts. By the way, I painted the outer covers with Rust-oleum Metallic Charcoal to match the trailer skin color. For the Rust-oleum to adhere, the polypropylene vent has to first be lightly wet sanded with 400 grit sandpaper and thoroughly rinsed. Then a couple of light coats of Krylon Fusion for plastic was applied. This gives a solid base coat for the Rust-oleum to bond to.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Installed two of these in the side wall of a pop-up trailer converted to carry large gasoline-powered radio controlled model aircraft and a small electrical generator. The wall thick ness was over the length of the inner vent part, so I sliced off a ring from the inner vent and used a 2" pvc pipe coupler with a relief gap sliced out to enable it to fit inside the inner vent and the sliced ring. A circle of metal screen was attatched to the inside of the inner vent with hot glue, then the pipe coupling was inserted and attached with countersunk flat head screws. This assembly was fitted into the 3" hole cut in both inner and outer walls. The coupling was marked 1/4" outside the outer wall and trimmed. The sliced ring was then attached to the coupler with countersunk flat head screws. This assembly was attached to the inner wall with screws and sealed with RTV. The outer vent then had a bead of RTV applied to the inner lip, and attached to the outer wall with screws. One vent assembly was installe high facing forward and the other was installed low facing to the rear. These will serve to vent any gasoline fumes from the interior of the trailer.



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The vents installed easily with the help of a 3” hole saw. I wish the inside pieces were a little longer to help with the alignment of the outside pieces. That would depend on the distance between your inside and outside walls. I had a roof vent but these will allow good air flow keeping the trailer fro getting too hot inside.



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Even thou the trailer we have has a roof vent, I wanted to be sure air was moving when you strap a motorcycle down the gas tank vents into the atmosphere when its been jostled around.These were easier to install then I thought. all pieces were with the order arrived quickly. I would recommend



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Even thou the trailer we have has a roof vent, I wanted to be sure air was moving when you strap a motorcycle down the gas tank vents into the atmosphere when its been jostled around.These were easier to install then I thought. all pieces were with the order arrived quickly. I would recommend



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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my only complaint with this one is that the round vent did not have adequate depth to reach all the way through the trailer wall. it leaves a gap that dust and bugs can get into the trailer wall.



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Glad I found etrailer I had been wanting to add venting to my toy hauler for a long time. Fumes from the bikes would be strong in the living area. Not good for people and safety. Installed one vent high and one low to create a natural draft. The 3" hole is just anough for the small garage space in my toy hauler. It took about 30 minutes to install two. Also added two in my car hauler. Used some lath screws and Goop to seal exterior cover. It looks just like the factory vents. This product does what I wanted and at a reasonible price.


Comments
I am still very pleased with the vents I installed last year. There is no sign of weathering at all. My car hauler has old cars or tractors in it at all times. The ventilation lets the fumes out and makes it safer when I use electric tools inside. I am looking for a similar vent that can be closed during very cold temps. Etrailer has all the good stuff, so I am power shopping today. I am sure they have something I need.Thanks Bullet Bob
Bobby T - 01/27/2015

A similar vent that can be closed during cold weather that you might consider would be the # 9106
Replacement Exterior Pop-Up Roof Vent - Steel - 13-1/2" x 8" - Black
$78.19
by Redline. This vent is a slightly different shape but does offer an open and close option.

-- Etrailer Expert Rachael H - 1/27/2015


- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Easy installation. Met expectation.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Not yet installed but these are just the basic vents to allow some air to flow and keep the bugs and critters out.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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If it had an insect proof vent it would be 5 *



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Great quality easy to install side air Vents. Review the video several times online. etrailer video suggest to put the vent air intake facing downward but a lot of trailer manufacturers are installing them with the air intake facing in the forward position towards the front of the trailer and that’s how I’m installing them. So as you drive down the road you’ll get forced air in and as the trailer is parked you’ll get random air. Also if you go to the hardware store for a dollar you can buy a blue mesh colored furnace filter and you can cut out the blue mesh to use that In between inner and outer covers to prevent bugs from getting through the vent to the inside of the trailer as an additional safeguard.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Part fit perfectly. Thank you for having the parts we needed for our trailer!!



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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The trailer door hinges and latch system have been on my custom trailer for well over a year and a half. They function great and still look like new. Great products and would certainly buy them again. Also the shipment and correctness of the order was perfect. My follow up orders of several accessories were also handled in a totally professional way and the products were equally high quality.


Comments
The hinges and latch are working fine. The trailer is used regularly and the parts show now fatigue and I would recommend them.
John W - 05/07/2018



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GOOD STUFF GOOD SERVICE, WHAT MORE YA W ANT?


Comments
Worked great, trailer had no vents previously and condensation was a problem. After vent install, no condensation, all is good.
Russell L - 02/04/2021


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Initially could not find what I was looking for, one phone call took care of that. Explained what I needed, it was sent to me with the help of the representative.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Installed these on my new enclosed trailer that will be used for landscape equipment. Put one on the driver's side high and the other low on the opposite side. etrailer was very fast on shipping my order.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Vent is exactly what I'd hoped for except for one minor issue; the inside vented piece tube is just a bit too long. My application is on a thin (about 1/8" thick) fiberglass trailer wall and when the inner piece is pressed up against the outer one (to seat it against the inside face of the cover), it is about 1/16" too long for the screw face to be on the same plane as the screw face of the outer piece. If I put a strip of butyl caulk under the screw holes on the inner piece, I'll have to put 2 layers under the outer piece holes to keep from deforming the outer piece when I tighten up the screws. Also, the excess caulk is not very "pretty" since my trailer side and the vent are white and the caulk is very dark. I can use a file to trim the inner tube but it should be made flush to start with. Other than that, it looks like it will be a very good vent for my use! (vent for refrigerator bay inside my cabinets)



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Exactly what I was looking for and high quality and easy to install a must have to beat the heat and moisture inside the trailer. Etrailer is the best place to purchase stuff for your trailer and towing needs . I have been a customer for years and will continue, great videos on there products and fast shipping. Highly recommend



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I purchased this vent to install in the walls of my storage shed.....two near the top and two near the bottom....on opposing sides. I did this to reduce summer heat in the shed by creating interior air movement from bottom to the top of the shed. The vents were spray painted to blend in with the exterior color of the shed, mounted with SS screws, and SS screen material was installed in the vent hole so as to form an insect barrier. There is now a significant reduction of heat in my shed during summer months. This is the only vent I could find that I felt would be both functional and aesthetically pleasing to look at. I am very satisfied with the final product….would purchase again.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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It was a easy install. Inside just cut a 3" hole. Rivet the 3/16. Outside, used synthetic caulk to seal and also rivet.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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These vents are of good quality and have held up for the year they have been on my trailer- however they do not move air as well as I thought they would. We adapted an enclosed cargo trailer to be used with live animal transport with 4 of these, and a roof vent. Its not quite enough for hot days. We will be looking into installing another larger side vent to move more air.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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these vents are on the more expensive cargo trailers, I bought them and installation was a snap.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Had purchased an enclosed trailer for band equipment. Was adding storage points and tie down points for the gear. We are having a nasty heat wave here in central Indiana. Opened the trailer and was nearly floored by the heat blast. Found these vents here at e-trailer. Ordered four units and installed them. Took about 2 hours to get the four units in. Trailer stays much cooler even in direct sunlight.



- WHMAV2-WAVT2
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Easy to fit, just make sure you have the right hole saw on hand for a neat job. Installed one up high at the front, and one down low at the rear of the trailer. Good ventilation without letting the rain in.


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