Originally Posted by Chuckwagn
Hello all. Currently waiting on a 2015 jayflight 154bh Baja edition to be shipped up here from Washinton. Anyone else have this model? The good? The bad? The ugly?
I have the 195RB Baja - so far have been pretty pleased. A few minor things - one is the mounting for the 30lb propane tank coupled with the fact that nobody makes a hard cover for them. I've seen a few posts regarding modifications to improve that and keep it from flopping around when underway (here is how I fixed it --> http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...ort-26070.html
Also, make sure you have everything you need for jacking it up to change a flat. With the flipped axle and the recommendation to NOT jack it up by the axle but rather the frame just in front/back of the spring you'll want to make sure you have sufficient blocks, etc. to get the jack up high enough to do the job.
Check everything over good before heading out. I ran a full fresh water tank through all the systems checking for leaks. Actually ended up with a small one that only leaked when the hot water tank was lit. Turned out to be leftover metal filings stuck under a water line that had started to wear thru due to vibrations. When the tank was lit and heating the increased pressure caused the leak to appear.
Some have complained about the on/off switch on the TOP of the thermostat being too stiff. Mine takes some effort but isn't too bad.
Some of the good things I like about the Baja model are the LT tires, increased ground clearance - have an inclined drive I have to back into that is too steep for most of the standard models we looked at, and the enclosed/insulated underbelly.