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Old 01-29-15, 07:45 AM   #9
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You could rig up a prototype temporarily and see how it performs if it meets your expectations then you can install it permanently.

I still like the sky light Vent as it will give you light as well as a easily tunable fresh air supply.
They are stupid easy to install and are comprised of two pieces you sandwich together , they only cost $30 :-)
I have a feeling in the summer you will be in need of the roof vent anyways.

When I was in my 20's I lived in a 17ft trailer for a year , the roof vent was the kitties meow and a daily part of life in the trailer.
As your trailer has no windows even with a roof vent you would need a bigger floor vent in the summer or have the current one fan powered.

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