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View Poll Results: Which line of Jayco Fifth Wheel do you own?
Pinnacle 219 19.68%
Designer 107 9.61%
Eagle 292 26.24%
Eagle Superlite 98 8.81%
Eagle Superlite HT 171 15.36%
Jayflight 23 2.07%
Eagle Premier 101 9.07%
Toy Hauler 26 2.34%
Eagle Touring 6 0.54%
North Point 70 6.29%
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Old 06-20-2014, 08:35 AM   #101
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We have a 2007 385 BHS and we love it.
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Old 08-07-2014, 01:32 PM   #102
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Old 08-11-2014, 12:45 PM   #103
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We are on our maiden trip in our 2011 31.5 RLTS as we speak. First trip, first night. So far so goods. We had a bit of a education when we had the water tanks freeze up when the temperature dropped to 12 degrees last week. We had the thermostat set on 65 degrees and the interior of the camper stayed warm but obviously not enough heat goes into the tank area to stand those temps. We tested all of this at home before we left so we had some idea what were our limitations before we hit the road.

There are some easy mods you can do to prevent this and extrend your season a few weeks maybe even another month, all of the supply and drain lines are just laying in the underbelly, a little pipe insulation on the keeps them from freezing and the ice follows the line right into your tank so if the line freezes your tank will eventually. Give it a thought, I did mine this weekend and I was shocked at the placement of stuff under that underbelly... who runs water lines against the steel frame thats the first thing to transfer cold to the lines... also where the line run through metal cross members theres bad rub and wear potential that could cut into the supply lines.
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Old 08-11-2014, 02:18 PM   #104
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Old 09-17-2014, 04:52 AM   #105
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We took delivery of our first fifth wheel in mid August. It is an Eagle Premier 351 RSTS. Winter is coming way too fast.
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Old 10-29-2014, 06:45 AM   #106
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New Jayco owner here. I've been using a bumper pull HiLo when I came across this Jayco parked along my street. I liked it and he was ready to sell.

2008 Jayco Super Lite 29.5 RLS. Would someone please decode what 29.5 RLS signifies? Thank you.
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Old 10-29-2014, 06:56 AM   #107
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New Jayco owner here. I've been using a bumper pull HiLo when I came across this Jayco parked along my street. I liked it and he was ready to sell.

2008 Jayco Super Lite 29.5 RLS. Would someone please decode what 29.5 RLS signifies? Thank you.
As far as the model number (code) you mean? It's a 29'(actual length may vary) Rear Living Slide (Single more than likely) fifth wheel
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Old 10-29-2014, 07:09 AM   #108
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here is your layout for this 29 rls.
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Old 10-29-2014, 07:18 AM   #109
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I wondered if the 29.5 signified the length but other sources said it was 31'7" feet; perhaps one is interior size? and the other exterior?

RLS, Rear Living-room Slide. OK, I have two of them.

Correction to RC-# - mine actually points the other way around <Grin>.

Thanks folks!
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I wondered if the 29.5 signified the length but other sources said it was 31'7" feet; perhaps one is interior size? and the other exterior?

RLS, Rear Living-room Slide. OK, I have two of them.

Correction to RC-# - mine actually points the other way around <Grin>.

Thanks folks!
I haven't found a trailer yet where the model number actually matches the size but theoretically that's what it is. There are several threads on here about decoding.
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