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Old 02-25-2013, 07:08 PM   #11
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I'm sorry but $45000 was msrp. I paid closer to $29000. However, I do appreciate your concern!
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We stopped by the plant last November and toured the 328RLTS. It's not available with a ducted A.C.. The 50 amp / A.C. prep does give your a reinforced square box area for the A.C. to be mounted by the dealer. If the original poster actually paid $45,000 for his trailer boy did he get ripped off!!!! Even with all the options available you should be paying $32,000 plus taxes, tags & transportation..... Shopping around will save a ton of money.
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Old 02-26-2013, 12:15 PM   #12
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Hi Jim,
What dealer did you get that fantastic price from?

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Old 02-26-2013, 03:57 PM   #13
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I just ordered an Eagle 324 BTS from the dealer with locations in Des Moines, Buffalo, Albany, Florida. The sales rep told me that it is significantly cheaper to factory install the second AC in the bedroom during original construction rather than just getting the factory prep for 2nd AC and 50 amp upgrade only, then have a dealer add it later ($500 versus $1500). Communication by me with Jayco directly via email prior to the purchase confirmed that the 2nd bedroom AC is direct vented, not ducted, with controls on the unit itself.

MSRP on my order was $45176 (including $695 transport fee), out the door sale price was $30,430.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:03 PM   #14
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^^That would be the RVDirect group. Good prices for sure, we bought ours from them.

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Old 02-26-2013, 07:20 PM   #15
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We were told by Jayco (Judy at the office) that they do NOT install the 2nd Air Conditioner. That is a dealer option. They do install the reinforced roof and electrical with 50 Amp service at the factory very reasonable. I would pay the extra just to have the 50 Amp service. Wife keeps blowing the circuit breakers with her curling iron & hair dryer and electrical heater going.......
30 Amp Service = 3600 Watts total
50 Amp Service = 12,000 Watts total....
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Old 02-27-2013, 12:32 PM   #16
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Installation of the 2nd AC is a factory option. I ordered my 324 BTS with the upgrade of the primary AC to 15K BTU as well as the addition of the 2nd AC in the bedroom (and with it the 50 amp service upgrade). Addition of the 2nd AC/50 amp upgrade is an option listed on Jayco's "Build & Price" tool on their website, and is an orderable option on the RVDirect website.

From an email exchange with Jayco dated 02/12/13:

Me: "...can one upgrade the primary AC to 15,000 BTU and still add a second 13,500 BTU AC?"

Jayco: "YES. In the Eagle Travel Trailer line, we have the 15K BTU AC option - as well as an option for 50 amp service. This option includes the 2nd AC prep in the bedroom. You can then choose to have the 2nd AC added as well...most dealers in Florida, Louisiana, Texas, Arizona, California are getting them with the 2nd AC."
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Old 02-27-2013, 04:19 PM   #17
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I just picked up a Jayco Eagle 334RBTS I ordered a few months ago and it has a Jayco factory installed 2nd A/C over the front bedroom. I like all the A/C controls right where they are so nobody call the wambulance, please!

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