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Old 06-25-2014, 08:26 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by jimmyspartan85 View Post
All...thank you very much for this feedback. We ultimately choose the 28ft model. We would like to take some extended trips and the white knuckle towing wasn't very fun. The other thing that sold us was the customer service reviews from Jayco. I have always wanted a Jayco, so we are pretty excited. Found one with the Chil and Stor and the glacier package.

Thank you again...really appreciate the support from the community. Which I happy to report to now be a part of!
I think you made a good decision. We have a 24 Jayflight, which weighs in fully loaded at 7300 lbs. And honestly, we find it is a great size to pull with our F-150. I know others, like yourself, are pulling larger trailers, but I'm not sure we would want to go any larger than what we have now.

Most certainly the 33 footer would have been way too much for your 1/2 ton, IMHO. Enjoy your new unit!

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