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Old 07-18-2016, 12:40 PM   #11
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As a brand new RV'er I appreciate the lack of "Flame" here. I am very mechanically inclined and do a lot of my own repairs and maintenance on my vehicles but the RV is a whole new animal to me. I've found the members here to be a valuable asset.
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Old 07-18-2016, 12:47 PM   #12
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Time for a TRUCK WAR!!!

Even those have been pretty tame lately. And the "RV Toilet paper" and "Can my truck tow this" threads have been good lately too!

I have to wonder if it's because many of us are in "camping season". I wonder if the "mood" or behavior changes slightly when we're all cramped up with "cabin fever"?
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Old 07-18-2016, 01:34 PM   #13
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Even those have been pretty tame lately. And the "RV Toilet paper" and "Can my truck tow this" threads have been good lately too!

I have to wonder if it's because many of us are in "camping season". I wonder if the "mood" or behavior changes slightly when we're all cramped up with "cabin fever"?
Good call! That's probably it! We get hateful when we're stuck inside for the winter, then become pussycats when camping starts!
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Wow! We must have our language pretty clean, too! No ****, ****, or even ***-**-*-*****. to edit.

Kudos to the members and the moderators!

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That's exactly why I hang out here rather than rv.net. I hung out at rv.net for several years but finally got fed up with the negativity and sometimes downright hostility for having expressed a different opinion.
And that was just from the mods!
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That's exactly why I hang out here rather than rv.net. I hung out at rv.net for several years but finally got fed up with the negativity and sometimes downright hostility for having expressed a different opinion.
I still frequent rv.net but I don't post a lot. What I like about jaycoowners.com is that everyone is pretty open minded and not too wrapped up in themselves.
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Old 07-18-2016, 02:54 PM   #17
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Seems like there's a lot of Jayco bashing, IMO.
We've been busy bashing our Jayco lately. So much that we broke stuff.. We have to redo the wardrobe shelf. We had books on it. About 20 lbs. After mountain roads the poor shelf just gave way. It seems to be....stapled. We will go at it with wood and shelf brackets.

Should have got beefier springs. Both ways through the Green Mountains rough road. One was dirt. The other paved but that should be taken loosely in meaning.

The antenna crank and spring fell off too. It was interesting opening the door at home and peeking.

We've already done in the table. The unit is four months old but has seen now some 60 nights and hardly in one place. No warranty work really though
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And that was just from the mods!
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Did Nambarc go somewhere?

Just saying.....
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Time for a TRUCK WAR!!!





Or "should I tow with my propane fridge running?"


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