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Old 05-29-2012, 04:53 PM   #1
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Squirrel proof vent stack cover?

Hello everyone.

So I come home to see a squirrel up on top of our brand new 2013 233S. And I see some white plastic on the ground. So I got a ladder and find that the little bugger has been trying to chew his way into the vent stacks. Why on earth he would want to do that I do not know. I couldn't even venture a guess.

So now I've got a couple of vent covers that are all chewed up. Does anyone here have a source for a metal cover? All I can find so far is direct plastic replacements or the upscale plastic vents designed to pull odors out.
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Old 05-29-2012, 05:01 PM   #2
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Hello everyone.

So I come home to see a squirrel up on top of our brand new 2013 233S. And I see some white plastic on the ground. So I got a ladder and find that the little bugger has been trying to chew his way into the vent stacks. Why on earth he would want to do that I do not know. I couldn't even venture a guess.

So now I've got a couple of vent covers that are all chewed up. Does anyone here have a source for a metal cover? All I can find so far is direct plastic replacements or the upscale plastic vents designed to pull odors out.
Never seen metal covers.
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Hello everyone.

So I come home to see a squirrel up on top of our brand new 2013 233S. And I see some white plastic on the ground. So I got a ladder and find that the little bugger has been trying to chew his way into the vent stacks. Why on earth he would want to do that I do not know. I couldn't even venture a guess.

So now I've got a couple of vent covers that are all chewed up. Does anyone here have a source for a metal cover? All I can find so far is direct plastic replacements or the upscale plastic vents designed to pull odors out.
Plumbing vent or vent from living space?
(Metal is available for plumbing vents....)

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