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Old 07-19-2016, 09:17 AM   #1
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2017 Jayco Eagle 339flqs

The Jayco website is being updated everyday of the week now.
This is the Eagle 5th wheel model we have ordered. If anyone else gets one, please post photos & pros & cons of unit.
Just passing the time waiting for our upgrade!
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Old 09-15-2016, 06:55 AM   #2
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Still waiting. Was suppose to be off line last Thursday (8th) & here at our dealership by today or tomorrow. Well...got word it went through final inspection yesterday & should be here sometime next week. Nothing at all has ever been on time. Trying.to.be.patient.
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Old 09-22-2016, 05:50 PM   #3
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It was delivered to our dealer Tuesday! We will take it home next Wednesday! Can believe it is finally here! Boy...not much outside storage! But has lots of inside strorage! And I'm short! And all the cabinets are tall! Yikes...I'll be dragging my step stool everywhere I go! Haha
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Old 11-07-2016, 07:52 AM   #4
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We purchased our 339FLQS and have camped about a week in it. I would recommend having some accent lighting, the overhead leds are a little much. If you are not on the taller side a step stool might be in order. Love the front living and the quality far exceeds our previous 5er.. love it!
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Also have a 339flqs, but a 16. Outside storage is minimal, but the front generator compartment is pretty spacious. Definitely like the change to a bigger shower and only a hallway door on the 17, also the space on the sides of the bed. We finished a 8 day/night trip just a couple weeks ago, dry camping. We did military showers, and used flashlights when we could, only used the single under counter lights when needed, used the bathroom lights and night lights, the pump and all that did great for a week with no hookups. At the end of our trip, the #1 grey water was 2/3 full, black was 1/2, and the second grey water was only 1/3 full. And still had 1/3 fresh water left, and 12.1 volts on my 4-6volt batteries that are wired series parallel. We love the front living room, and the space, and like noted above, more than enough inside storage

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Also noticed the window behind the TV in bedroom, that would be nice

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Old 11-07-2016, 10:36 AM   #7
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Already noticed the above lighting & have put some extra lights around. I am soooo short (4'11") so the stool is my friend & it's always in the way! Haha
No kidding...outside storage is minimal! But the hubby is doing some mods & making everything fit!
We love the sliding door in the bathroom & the showerstall with the seat (hubby is diabled & the seat is welled used in there!). We really like the 2nd grey tank also (that was a surprise!) Boy JeremiahM...you sure did good boondocking. I hope we can be that efficient when we try! We only have the 2 batteries that came with it right now.
The window below the TV in the bedroom is awesome. I like being able to see out that side of the 5th and so much more natural light in the bedroom!
Thank you guys for the input! It really helps!
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TV in front living room question

Can anyone tell me if the TV in the front living room is mounted on a swing mount?
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Yes, swings out and tilts up and down

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Our only swings out a little bit each way cause the TV is so big. And ours does not tilt up & down.
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