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Old 12-29-2012, 01:16 PM   #11
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Actually it's lighter than most of the Pinnacle's
Unloaded Vehicle Weight (lbs) 12,015
Dry Hitch Weight (lbs) 2,466
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (lbs) 15,950
Cargo Carrying Capacity (lbs) 3,935
Exterior Length 41' 11"
Exterior Width 96"
Exterior Height w/ A/C 155"
Exterior Height w/ Optional Bedroom A/C 159"
Interior Height (front living area) 101"
Tank Capacities
Fresh Water Capacity (gals) includes water heater 87
Gray Waste Water Capacity (gals) 85
Black Waste Water Capacity (gals) 50
Sleeping Capacity 4-5

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Old 12-29-2012, 06:35 PM   #12
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Nice living space but I agree the sacrifice of kitchen space is not worth it.

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Old 01-02-2013, 12:42 PM   #13
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The FL plans are very nice from a safety aspect. Easier egress from the rear bedroom, plus you aren't sleeping directly on top of two propane bottles, a generator with gas tank, and two house batteries.
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Old 01-26-2013, 12:51 PM   #14
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Saw it in person

Came back from view this model in person this morning.

It has changed some from the pictures of the prototype taken to the dealer's show that my husband has shared with you all.
The floor plan on their site shows the changes and they were well done indeed.

They have added a second wall unit along the stairs. These are fixed shelves and give you storage that was wasted space before the change. They took the two doors on the wall cabinet on the peninsula and turning into one. The also made changes to the doors on the side of the peninsula facing the kitchen. It now has three equal sized doors and there is storage in all of them. It gives a better visual. They also added a door to back of the first wall cabinet. This means you can reach items easier and nothing gets lost in the back because there is no back.

I can confirm that the shower is a single piece fiberglass unit. Of the in stock dealer photos, no one has shown that yet.

The last major change is to the wardrobe unit in the bedroom. Instead of uneven sized drawers under the hanging storage, the have moved all the drawers to the middle of the unit. They are under the tv and this looks better to me. There are two doors under the hanging units now. The hanging units are longer also.

The model we saw was Toffee themed. The couches were solid brown leather[type? not sure they are true leather I forgot to ask]. I preferred this look to the Pecan theme from the show.

What you don't see in the photos is that the storage by the tv goes behind the tv some. There is more usable space then can be seen in the photos.

We really liked this model. I thought I was Open Range Front End Living all the way, but then I saw this one in person. The inside storage for the kitchen area blows Open Range away. It is configured in a more user friendly way in the Jayco.

If you get a chance to see one, go. Even if you don't the front end living rooms, you will be impressed with the way Jayco does frond end living.
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Old 01-26-2013, 01:05 PM   #15
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Wow I love that unit! The darker cap worries me as I've read the interior temp gets rather hot in the summer with that color...
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Old 05-14-2013, 02:42 PM   #16
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That looks huge inside. With 2 large slides in the front I would think the pin weight would be rather heavy? Nice unit though.
Anyone know if they will have this floorplan later in a Eagle Premier ?

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