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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    I do have a fridge in the garage and yes it is right by the side door to the garage. I will look there to see if there is a crank/button to push.
    Thanks so much for the assistance Brian.

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Maybe the mystery is partly solved. I am not sure how Heartland vents this fridge if it is a standard RV fridge (ie ammonia cooling coils). If it is a standard 110V fridge then I'm stumped.

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    I don't have a Cyclone, but in my 405RW, there is a vent over the loft (bed) area that is above the garage and not seen from in the garage. Not sure if this is same on yours

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Lou,

    No I have a Fantastic Fan above the bunk/couches that are at the rear of the garage. This is almost straight up from the second refrigerator in the garage. I think Brian is right on when he said it's probably for venting the refrigerator. I will check tonight when I get home from work. Thanks for the info though.

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Joe, I also have the beds that come down from the ceiling in my garage that have a Fantastic vent above them but I am talkig about a bed space that is above the garage, not in it. It is accessed by climbing a ladder in the main living area of the TH and above that bed there is a regular vent that opens and closes with a hand crank.

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Lou,

    Looks like my last post didn't make it.....I would have never thought of this but you are exactly right. I will check this evening when I get home from work. Is your 405RW the same floor plan as the 3950? Sure are nice TH's.

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Joe, I'm not sure if the floor plan is the same, we looked at a Cyclone HD but went with the Road Warrior. I think some things are similar but not exact. Yes, they are great TH's and the only thing that surprised me was the first time I unloaded my 09 Ultra was the steepness of the ramp, front brake locked but the weight of the bike plus my 225+ slid the front tire almost all the way down the ramp...that was an eye opening experience

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Lou,

    I know about the steepness, I pulled my wifes scooter (150cc) in a week ago and couldn't believe how steep it was. I haven't tried pulling the 09 Heritage Softail Classic in yet. I've heard from a couple of guys I may need to winch it in because it sits so low. Also, you may want to try putting the bike in gear going down the ramp instead of using the brakes, just clutch it down. I was coming out of the garage on Saturday with the scooter and had the same issue with the front tire sliding. I'm glad it only weighs 300 pounds. I can imagine the feeling I weigh about 230 and the FLHSTC weighs about 750 with all fluids....That's alot of pizza coming down that ramp. I wouldn't have thought the ramps would be that slippery......

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Joe, I have no problem loading my Ultra with the dove tail on the rear of the garage deck have never bottomed out, just keep the power on until you're on level decking. Unloading is another issue but your suggestion was excactly what I was going to try the next time I unloaded. Not sure the ramp is "that slippery" more just the laws of gravity and since we are about the same weight but my Ultra adds another 250# to total being dragged down. Hope you find that vent control above the loft when you get home. I'm headed home my self

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    Re: 2011 Cyclone 3950 HD Roof Vents

    Our 2011 3950 has 2 roof vents near the rear. The very rear one is above the electric beds in the garage. The next one is between the 2 loft beds. There is no roof vent required for the garage refrigerator as they are not powered by propane - electric only.
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