Plan to pull the trigger on this on Monday. Will be picking it up late this spring.
This evening I found myself thinking about things. Like...
Jayco does not supply a battery, but I don't see in the specs what Jayco provides for a battery tray... does it hold just one group 27 battery or two?
In the owner's manual online, it said there was an inverter to supply 12volts and to charge the trailer battery when plugged into 120volts AC. Is the inverter adequate for lighting at night and charging the battery or should I plan on using flashlights and upgrading the inverter?
We plan on making a long trip when we pickup the trailer and do not plan to return to our 'stick' house for months. I'd like to be prepared, or at least forewarned, if there are things that others discovered when picking up and using a new trailer.
We are not strangers to camping; we've had van conversions etc. and just sold our class B motorhome. We have the gear we need, just don't wish to be surprised by oh, say the lack of a battery or an inverter that won't keep a battery charged. Or other things that I haven't worried about yet, but should be.