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Old 07-29-2013, 06:55 PM   #71
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Standard features should include, L.E.D. lighting, digital thermostat, better tank sensors, accumulater tank and max air style vent covers.
Ditto!
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Old 07-31-2013, 02:07 PM   #72
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Locating the furnace and its exhaust on the opposite side of the door. When you put a screen room on trailer the exhaust would not be in screen room. Making sure the sewage pipe is a proper height up off the ground. Have a Skylark and sewage pipe is way too low. If you are going to put sewage pipe storage on a trailer make sure it will take not only the slinky but the fittings. Neater job at caulking.
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Old 08-24-2013, 02:40 AM   #73
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First of all, be a `Let's keep an American working company'. Whenever pratical, use material & components made in the USA, by American owned companies, preferably privately held. If they aren't working, they can't buy an RV! DUH!
Powered storage bin locks w/a remote.
Get rid of black appliances, use white or SS. I'm tired of cleaning dust & fingerprints off of them! Or make it an option.
Extend their Eco-Friendly impact by installing solar panels on ALL of their products' roofs.
And the wish list goes on to include autonomous cruise control, Extended SS tire valves installed in All wheels, TPMS as an option, hard wired surge suppressor as an option, AFFF fire suppression system option (Refrigerator compartment, engine compartment, geneator compartment, over the stove, & replace the stock fire extinguisher), Vanity basin option (color, in or above counter, shape), electric waste gates, etc.
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Old 08-24-2013, 06:54 AM   #74
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White hawk 28dsbh more outlets in the kids bunks and the kitchen. And a receiver hitch for bike racks on the back bumper and frame.
Couldn't agree more. At least providing so sort of option to carry our bikes (front or back) without having to put them inside the trailer.
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Old 08-29-2013, 08:46 PM   #75
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Are There Things You'd Like Jayco to Change?

Put a full length awning on the trailers. Our 97 302fk went the hole way. And are white hawk doesn't even cover both doors.
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Old 09-01-2013, 08:58 AM   #76
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tlhdoc--I whole heartedly agree, I have gone to the extent to clip on some plastic to the top/ side seem to be able to see. The only other thing that I would like to see Jayco is raise the grey/black tank drain about 3".
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Old 10-24-2013, 05:51 PM   #77
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First of all, be a `Let's keep an American working company'. Whenever pratical, use material & components made in the USA, by American owned companies, preferably privately held.
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Old 10-24-2013, 07:50 PM   #78
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I have a 28BHS. I would like to have a larger grey water tank, a light switch on the wall and a roof vent in the front bedroom.

Hey Jayco if you are reading this I would be more than happy to bring my trailer to you so you could do all these upgrades for me. Oh and I would be happy to pay for them too!

Send me a PM ;-)

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Old 10-24-2013, 10:44 PM   #79
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Make the doors for outside storage at least as big as the storage area. It is tough getting things into the storage area through the tiny doors. How about an inspection of each trailer at the factor? I am sure they didn't make a dime on our trailer because of sloppy work at the factory that had to be fixed at the dealers. Our trailer was in for warranty work so many times for so many different things and most of the items could have been avoided with a slower production line and a real inspection. It seems that currently if they leave the factory with all four wheels turning it is ready for sale.
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Do a better job sealing slides on the bottom when they are closed up. Seal all through holes as a process of manufacturing the units.
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