Ditto. Just got the email about it today. I haven’t opened mine so I don’t know for sure if it’s the wrong one, but I don’t want to screw around with it. I bought the camper because of how it looks, and the odd version of this fan throws off that look. A lot.
Yes, it’s worth it, for me, to pay shipping both ways from Reno, NV. I hate to spend so much on this project and then not be able to look at the end result. I know the tall fan doesn’t look that bad, but it’s not how it represented in the teardrop model.
Well, my high profile fan is all caulked in along with roof racks. And I like it; I like the higher position of the controls sissues.can still turn them fairly easily and most importantly can’t hit and damage them with my head. I painted my bottom white, so that white coordinates well with the elevated fan base. My headliner looks good with the trim ring and recessed controls. Looks really good in my book; in my case it was a good thing those part numbers changed. I don’t think that elevated base alters the teardrop character.
All that said, I realize that tastes vary and celebrate the fact that CLC is swapping out fans for those requesting it. They always go out of their way to satisfy, even and especially aesthetic issues.