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Old 08-29-2010, 09:20 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by healthi View Post
Here's something to consider.... Back when we owned a tent trailer, someone recommended that we consider the floor plan and ease of getting to the bed once it is pulled out. We chose a floor plan that did not have the dinette impeding the entrance to the bed (where you have to crawl over the dinette to get on the bed). It looks like the 17z allows direct access to the bunk so you don't have to crawl over the dinette as you would on the 17c
Thanks. When I look up the C vs the Z it says the C is slightly lighter and is 18 feet long. The Z stats say it is 18 feet six inches long. I asked the Dealer about that and he swears both the C and the Z are 18 feet long. My Nissan Xterra manual says not to pull anything over 18 feet long. I don't know if six inches will make that much difference, but I want to be safe. I don't know if I should believe the Dealer since his stats are never the same as the ones on the Jayco Web site.

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Old 08-30-2010, 01:45 AM   #32
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I wonder if that's with the hitch or just the box...

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Old 08-31-2010, 08:21 PM   #33
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Good question, I'll try checking it out. We are driving to Kingston (about an hour or so away) to look at the 17 Z tomorrow. They have a couple of 2010 and 2011's on the lot.

Nice truck you have, red like my Nissan and my old Honda and Nova. Sometimes I think we should just sell the Xterra and buy a truck so we can pull the trailer we really want, but than we won't have any money for the trailer.

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