$10 DIY High CFM Kit and Clip Fan Hack

This was made for one of my Vivosun tents so that is the pole/frame size these measurements are based from.
(A Gorilla tent would require all material to be in 1" size, so check your pole size before purchasing materials!)

All materials required for 5'x5' tent listed. Purchased @ local hardware store.
(Will also work for smaller tent sizes.)

8- 1/2" pvc tees
2- 10'x1/2" Schedule 80 pvc pipe. (Dark grey in color. It's sturdier than regular pvc.)

Snap the middle poles of your tent frame apart and slide 2 tee's over each pole. Cut the pipe to length and install. (Only 3 sides pictured)
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I use zip ties to hold them in place. You can also hook your Scrog net to them and have a lot more options for placing your clips fans.
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Speaking of clip fans...
If they :mad: you off sliding around like they do me, while you're @ the hardware store grab a 6' piece of 1/2" Split Pipe Insulation.
Usually by the water heaters.

Cutoff a 3" piece, wrap it around any pole you want, clip your fan on and cry with enjoyment as your fans finally stay in place.
:superhappydance:

Anyway,
Those are a few tricks I've picked up so far.
Hope they are helpful.
:doge:
 

jaguarlax

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This was made for one of my Vivosun tents so that is the pole/frame size these measurements are based from.
(A Gorilla tent would require all material to be in 1" size, so check your pole size before purchasing materials!)

All materials required for 5'x5' tent listed. Purchased @ local hardware store.
(Will also work for smaller tent sizes.)

8- 1/2" pvc tees
2- 10'x1/2" Schedule 80 pvc pipe. (Dark grey in color. It's sturdier than regular pvc.)

Snap the middle poles of your tent frame apart and slide 2 tee's over each pole. Cut the pipe to length and install. (Only 3 sides pictured)
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I use zip ties to hold them in place. You can also hook your Scrog net to them and have a lot more options for placing your clips fans.
View attachment 22359

Speaking of clip fans...
If they :mad: you off sliding around like they do me, while you're @ the hardware store grab a 6' piece of 1/2" Split Pipe Insulation.
Usually by the water heaters.

Cutoff a 3" piece, wrap it around any pole you want, clip your fan on and cry with enjoyment as your fans finally stay in place.
:superhappydance:

Anyway,
Those are a few tricks I've picked up so far.
Hope they are helpful.
:doge:as
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Man this is so simple, but it never occurred to me that this is an option... ohh the posibilities... good shit mang.
 
Cool idea. I like it as much for keeping the sides of the tent from sucking in under negative pressure as for hanging fans.

Another little trick I picked up for those fans is to remove the front part of the cover. Air movement is increased and fan noise is reduced.
 

Dino Party

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Cool idea. I like it as much for keeping the sides of the tent from sucking in under negative pressure as for hanging fans.

Another little trick I picked up for those fans is to remove the front part of the cover. Air movement is increased and fan noise is reduced.
like the part that keeps dummies like me from losing fingers?
 
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