Well it is hard to believe but we have had our Jayco 28BHS two years as of yesterday, Oct. 16. We all know that`s it for the warranty
, which I`m happy to say was used very little. The fit, finish, and overall quality has been very good so far. If there were any initial problems or issues, the dealer must have taken care of them before our walk through because I went over the entire unit and tested every system the night we bought it in the CG near the dealer. There were no cosmetic or mechanical issues. None.
Since then I have had to replace the toilet water valve module which developed a leak, Thetford sent me a new one which I installed. That was the only warranty claim I had to pursue in the two years and the unit has not been back to a dealer. I did make a minor adjustment a few months ago myself on the slide which was not sealing properly on one corner due to misalignment, simply had to loosen the bolts on the slide bracket, slightly jack up the slide, realign, then tighten the bolts. I suppose this would be a warranty issue for some but an easy fix for me. Now the slide is straight and seats properly. The ac bolts were not loose as reported by some, and to my knowledge there have been no leaks, but I watch the sealants closely and touch up when necessary. The ptrap under the kitchen sink came loose during a trip, and I tightened it up and that was that. A few squeaks in the floor that come and go, not a biggie either. The water pump was very loud so I did a silencing mod and added an accumulator tank. The tires are China Good Year Marathons, and the spare is a USA Marathon,(they were briefly made in the US again) go figure. Like many I`m not crazy about Chinese ST trailer tires but so far they look OK. Overall I`m satisfied after the two year mark, I hope to still be five years from now. Is it perfect? No, but what RV is.
We still love the floorplan, it fits our needs and budget well, no plans to change anytime soon. And it is all the old Chevy wants to pull anyways
Crabman, AKA Lee