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Old 08-13-2012, 08:44 PM   #1
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The Jayco website for 2013

Jaycos webb site has new 2013 model on it today...Aug 13th
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Old 08-14-2012, 03:26 AM   #2
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I like the fact that they added some additional models to the Eagle TT line-up, and most models now with a GVWR range of 8,500lbs to 9,700lbs (2012 Eagles were all above 10,000lbs). Now the question is what was sacrificed to save weight.

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Did they take the Skylark out of the lineup? I didn't see it on the website for 2013.
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Old 08-14-2012, 02:18 PM   #6
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I didn't see the Skylark either.
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Don't like the paint job on the Pinnacles...glad we didn't wait for the 2013's.
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Did they take the Skylark out of the lineup? I didn't see it on the website for 2013.

In our TT poll out of 421 votes there are only 5 Skylark votes. Perhaps they were not selling? On the other hand, the recently introduced Whitehawk line has 17 votes.
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In our TT poll out of 421 votes there are only 5 Skylark votes. Perhaps they were not selling?
Our dealer told us you couldn't put a weight distribution hitch on the Skylark due to the front geometry. We were hoping that they'd solved that issue for 2013 and offer slighly longer dual axle versions of the TT.
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It also appears the Swift is now available as a hybrid this year, The 165RB.


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