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Old 01-11-2017, 08:40 AM   #21
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Does the ac keep the xrb cool with the tent ends?
Yes, but better when used with these:
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Old 01-11-2017, 09:04 AM   #22
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will these fans work with a Jayco? I used to have them on an old Coleman pop up...


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Old 01-11-2017, 09:32 AM   #23
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will these fans work with a Jayco? I used to have them on an old Coleman pop up...


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Yes, you have a plug-in location at each tent end in the ceiling.
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Old 01-11-2017, 10:01 AM   #24
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Tip - convert them to LED with these or equivalent:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Also do the range hood light.
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Yes, you have a plug-in location at each tent end in the ceiling.


nice! good to know, thanks!


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hey, thanks for the feedback, I don't know if it's absolutely necessary to have the lift kit, we looked at a Starcraft Launch Extreme with a lift kit and I liked the option but the camper is slightly stripped down.


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Have you looked into the Starcraft Launch Mini with the Extreme pkg? With that package it would have the lift. I think they are produced using the Jayco floorplan/parts, but is produced in Idaho instead of Indiana.

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Have you looked into the Starcraft Launch Mini with the Extreme pkg? With that package it would have the lift. I think they are produced using the Jayco floorplan/parts, but is produced in Idaho instead of Indiana.



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yes, I actually began my search with the Starcraft and I like it except it's slightly stripped down compared to the Jayco, some things I could live without but there are other things that the Jayco has that are appealing to me. Still considering the Starcraft especially if I could get a good price.


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yes, I actually began my search with the Starcraft and I like it except it's slightly stripped down compared to the Jayco, some things I could live without but there are other things that the Jayco has that are appealing to me. Still considering the Starcraft especially if I could get a good price.


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and I figured out that Jayco has a Baja Edition that's a lift kit but looks like it's only available west of Mississippi...


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yes, I actually began my search with the Starcraft and I like it except it's slightly stripped down compared to the Jayco, some things I could live without but there are other things that the Jayco has that are appealing to me. Still considering the Starcraft especially if I could get a good price.


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I'm at the same point adventure I like both the launch 17sb due to its storage and roof top ac but I also like the jayco 16xrb not sure which way to go!
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I wrote out a 45 minuet reply to this as to all the pros and cons we have had with out 16xrb, and when i hit post it logged me out and lost it all....

We bought a 2016 16xrb last year and used it extensively and i would highly recommend one to anyone that asks. We are a family of 4, and have no space issues whatsoever. Also i am towing it with a 1999 jeep grand cherokee v8 and with about 4000 miles towed last summer i have a pretty good handle on what works.

As for towing, check this guide for your specific truck. Its not as exact as running your vin number, but should give you a good idea

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