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Old 08-10-2015, 07:20 AM   #1
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2016 174bh??

The Jayco website has it listed but no info, no pixs, and no floor plan...
Google produces no results either...anyone here w/inside info?
River Forest Wildwood has a 174BH.
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Old 09-08-2015, 11:12 AM   #2
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Here is what I have found about that model so far:

Sleep 3
Length: 21.5
Dray Weight 2930 lb
GWVR 3500 lb
Dry Hitch Weight: 310 lb
Fresh Water (gal): 20
Gray Water (gal): 15
Black Water (gal): 9

I also can't find any VALID pic on the net...
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Old 09-08-2015, 01:05 PM   #3
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is that a roof top mounted A/C on your 184? seriously...haven't seen those down here. all wall mounts..I like that!
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- off topic -
yes, it is a roof top mounted A/C (13K I believe)
I like it too!

My local dealer always order his Jyacos fully loaded...
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Old 09-08-2015, 08:28 PM   #5
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Looking at Jayco's web site it appears that the 174BH is going to replace the 184BH.
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Looking at Jayco's web site it appears that the 174BH is going to replace the 184BH.
If that so, why on the 174BH page it state "sleep 3"
(the 184BH sleep 5)

This IS very confusing, as the "BH" stand for BunkHouse
that's 2 beds (stack on each other)
if so why/how is it will sleep sleep 3 !?

I will speculate that this is a bold floor plan that has Bunkhouse in the rear (or front) and SMALL (2 seat?) dinette at the front (or rear) that can convert to a SINGLE BED.

Also, to add to the confusion the 184BH is 20' while the 174BH is 21'-7"
Now I am really curious!

Something like this maybe? ( Bunkhouse instead the full bed)
I don't know...

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Old 09-30-2015, 08:43 AM   #7
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Well...
Jayco finely release the floor plan for the 174BH
It is not "sleep 3" to best of my knowledge,
2 can sleep on the queen bed, one on the dinette and 2 in the banks beds.
So sleep 4-5?

Also I am not impressed with the spec on this floor plan, only 570lb Cargo Carrying Capacity while propane and battery not included, you got to be kidding me right!?



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Jayco 174BBH

I'm looking at buying one this weekend. Never had a TT before, I have a 2004 Ford F150 XLT 4WD 5.4. Do you think sway control and WD would be needed?

Also, it has a wall mounted AC, living in Wyoming it's not that hot do you think it will work okay?

I'm looking at ordering one with the Sway Command but thinking if I needed it I could do a WD/Sway controller later.

Thanks for the information!
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You may be alright without WD but I would def still do Sway Control.
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Well...
Jayco finely release the floor plan for the 174BH
It is not "sleep 3" to best of my knowledge,
2 can sleep on the queen bed, one on the dinette and 2 in the banks beds.
So sleep 4-5?

Also I am not impressed with the spec on this floor plan, only 570lb Cargo Carrying Capacity while propane and battery not included, you got to be kidding me right!?

Just purchased the 174bh baja edition. The baja has a flipped axle and adds another 250#s to the GVWR and about 200#s to the CCC. Still not a ton but over 700#s will do. We almost got the X17z which only has 410#s of CCC. WTH?
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