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Old 04-07-2007, 06:47 AM   #1
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MoHo front window vents

Any MoHo owners seen or made air deflectors that re-direct outside air onto the front driver and passenger area?
I mean that AS designed the windows to slide to the front to open, but the open part is kinda behind the driver & co-pilot and since the dash air doesn't work (go figure), it would be nice to have some air flow up there. I wish I had a air-flow door like on my dad's old chevy truck (down by the floorboard) that I could open or close as needed.

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Old 04-11-2007, 05:20 AM   #2
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Quite agree! I am looking to find a bus/truck heater assembly that can replace the unit in front of the passenger seat. There is plenty of room, but it will need some serious tin-snipping both on the plenum and the front bulk head. I am thinking of removing the entire plenum and replace with flex hoses – that will give even more space under the dash, (for entertainment systems secure storage etc.)

We have survived some of the hottest journeys that the UK can offer; with out AC (the dash/engine AC has NEVER been wired or connected), so a fresh air option is the next priority.

I am at present replacing the roof AC’s with Cool-O-Matic’s, again we don’t have the extremes you have in the ‘States.

Soon as I get going on this I will post some photos.

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Old 04-11-2007, 06:24 AM   #3
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I've installed a temporary 12v fan on the dash. My plan is to mount a quieter fan on the center divider between the windshields. The fan makes all the difference.
I generally have to tuck my cockpit curtain up onto a shelf behind the drivers seat to keep it from flapping out the window when at highway speeds. Something else I have to do is to make another dome fastener tie back for them.
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