Well pick up went well. Towed very nicely, now the wait to take it on its maiden voyage. 1 minor issue... there is a rise in the front wall that looks like when a screw backs itself out under drywall. I brought it to the dealers attention and they told me my options and we made note of it on the paperwork. They didn't seem to think of it as a big problem, and told me the on;y way to replace it would be to replace the front wall. I'm not sure I want to start taking apart a brand new TT to replace an entire wall. I feel like this could just lead to more potential problems. But on the other hand, what if the bump becomes an issue in the years after the warranty is up? HMMM what to do??? They said as long as we noted it and took the appropriate steps of notifying Jayco that they would likely stand behind their product even after the warranty expiration. The dealer said it looks as though debris got caught between the layers when they bonded the layers of the wall together.
Here are pics of towing it home.
2013 White Hawk 28 DSBH
2011 Jay Feather X23J (traded-in)
2011 Ford F-150 XLT w/towing package
RoadMaster Active Suspension
Reese Trunnion Bar WDH w/Dual Cam sway control