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Old 06-09-2016, 01:25 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by TommyAjax View Post
Is there a difference in the frame construction? We just took delivery of a Jayflight 26BH and it has an "I-class cambered structural steel I-beams" frame...the 264BHW SLX version has "4-inch cambered steel box tube frame". Probably explains the cargo capacity differences as well...

Also, I remember looking at an SLX and I don't think that the cabinet over the sink extended over the couch - so less overhead storage on that side of the trailer.

Also, had a shelf over the queen bed instead of a cabinet with doors.
My 2015 JayFlight SLX 264BHW has I-beam frame(rusting away). The other non-features are pretty much the same. Not sure if the floor is OSB or 5/8 T&G, it creaks when you walk in front of the stove (didn't do that until about our fifth time out). Had to tighten all the nuts that hold the box to the frame (they were finger tight). I 'm guessing there was some shifting and settling going on that led to the floor issue.

2015 JayFlight SLX 264BHW

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Old 06-12-2016, 06:38 AM   #22
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Our 2015 SLX 264BHW has not had one issue, going into second season I checked under TT for bolt issues etc etc, nothing to report. Also someone earlier noted black and gray water tanks are 32 gallon, but this TT are 39 gallon. Not sure where he got that info.
Prior had 38.5' Keystone Sprinter, wife and I loved extra space and features, but neither of us miss that thing at all due to issues it had, Then had a SLX 154BH, too small and no comfort inside on rainy days. One extreme to the other I guess, but now really happy with the 264BHW, got lots of features and those feature more expensive TTs have we don't even think about...

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