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Old 02-14-2016, 03:16 PM   #1
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A friend and I went to the Seattle RV Show on Friday. It gave me a good chance to look at Jayco products other than my own White Hawk. It also gave me a better understanding of the members of this Forum that own those other Jaycos.

The point of this post is that after crawling in and out of numerous motorhomes and trailers for several hours, I can better relate to posts by all of you as to your stated models.

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Old 02-14-2016, 04:13 PM   #2
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A friend and I went to the Seattle RV Show on Friday. It gave me a good chance to look at Jayco products other than my own White Hawk. It also gave me a better understanding of the members of this Forum that own those other Jaycos.

The point of this post is that after crawling in and out of numerous motorhomes and trailers for several hours, I can better relate to posts by all of you as to your stated models.

Murff
I hope you had a good time.
I find it difficult to keep all the different models straight, especially when someone only lists a model number.
There sure are some beauties out there.
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I was there almost all day Thursday and the only new thing I saw ( not in a Jayco) but starcraft, was this under the counter LED light strip. I turned all the trailer lights off and just left these on and felt it looked just OK. The ones I really like are the ones you install at the top of the slideout just behind the wooden header. They give the interior a real soft glow at night and perfect when your watching a movie at night.
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