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Old 09-28-2016, 10:16 AM   #1
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Our 2015 Jayco 1007 UD

Just picked this 1007 UD last week. Build quality is fantastic. Already packed most everything we need for a 3 night trip in early October. Also hung the fabric shelves for light clothing storage.
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Old 09-28-2016, 12:40 PM   #2
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Ah, the memories! Looks like a nice unit, like the dark color table/counter tops. It looks like they might have changed to a swing forward galley? Or does it still flip over to the right on top of the front bench?
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Old 09-28-2016, 12:49 PM   #3
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Ah, the memories! Looks like a nice unit, like the dark color table/counter tops. It looks like they might have changed to a swing forward galley? Or does it still flip over to the right on top of the front bench?
The galley swings forward and sits on the floor. The cook top (not shown) can stay in place as well.

This is the popup we should have bought in the first place!
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Old 09-28-2016, 12:54 PM   #4
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The galley swings forward and sits on the floor. The cook top (not shown) can stay in place as well.

This is the popup we should have bought in the first place!
Yes, it is a great floor plan - we enjoyed ours for 8 years before trading up. Some great family memories in old Horatio! Managed to seat about 12 for dinner inside one night when a torrential rainstorm interrupted a big birthday celebration. Now THAT is flexible seating!

Surprised by the changeover to the swing down galley. That must make it impossible to load the fridge, or even the floor area, with the top down? Access was great with the side flip.
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Yes, it is a great floor plan - we enjoyed ours for 8 years before trading up. Some great family memories in old Horatio! Managed to seat about 12 for dinner inside one night when a torrential rainstorm interrupted a big birthday celebration. Now THAT is flexible seating!

Surprised by the changeover to the swing down galley. That must make it impossible to load the fridge, or even the floor area, with the top down? Access was great with the side flip.
The swing down galley does take up floor space, no doubt. However, the microwave and plate/dish/cutlery box fit under the main table with some room to spare. There is still 16" between the front of the galley and the cupboard door (our large Coleman cooler fits that area fine. The BAL leveler fits under the 2nd dinette along with the BBQ that came with the unit. Plus another 18"x26" in the entry for a 2nd propane tank and misc. Our 4 folding chairs fit on the cushions. Cooking gear, tools, misc gear, pillows, sleeping bags, etc all fit nicely under the seating storage areas.

Compare to the 8' trailer we had previously, this has loads of room.

Looking for a set of crossbars and 2 bike racks for the roof as this model has the channels already built-in.
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The SportRack bars were fine, still in great shape after 8 years service (bars are bars). But I would opt for better carriers from Yakima or Thule. the SportRack carriers were pretty rough after 8 years.


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The SportRack bars were fine, still in great shape after 8 years service (bars are bars). But I would opt for better carriers from Yakima or Thule. the SportRack carriers were pretty rough after 8 years.



Great, thank you, do you also happen to have the model number of the crossbars?
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Very Cool , Beat of luck with it. Your gonna have a blast with it.
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