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Old 02-11-2016, 01:35 PM   #11
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Ok, guys I been doing some searching on the forum and found some OK info, I see lots of people are using a startech 80x25 ball bearing fans. The factory ones just make to much dam noise. So my question is can I just unplug the fans for my first trip till I get the new ones? Also what connector should I get the tx3 or the lp4?

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the Refer you have do you have it in a slide out or roof vented?...
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FYI - If noise is the only issue, a ball bearing fan will produce more noise than a sleeve bearing fan.
I had never thought about bearing types in computer case fans but this suggests that sleeve bearing fans get louder as they get older and its the opposite with ball bearing fans - they get quieter with more use. Plus the ball bearing fans generally last longer and sleeve bearings are more suited to a vertical installation rather than horizontal.
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the Refer you have do you have it in a slide out or roof vented?...
It's in the side out.
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It's in the side out.
Your going to need the fan but order 2 fans and splice the red lead together,,
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That's the plan. I am going to replace the Two factory fans with two duel ball bearing fan.
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