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Old 04-20-2016, 09:05 PM   #1
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Hello from Nebraska and pic of setup

We bought a Jayco 321RSTS a month and love the layout and features. We previously had a Cougar fiver and Rockwood TT. I'm looking forward to learning more about Jaycos here and participating in discussions.

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Old 04-20-2016, 09:14 PM   #2
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Beautiful ! Our 321 is due to show up on Saturday after almost 12 weeks of waiting.
We've owned 2 5ers in the last 11 years...A 1998 hitchhiker 28RS and a 2008 Wildcat 28RKS. Love 5ers and this will be our first new one.
We got the Almond interior, 12 cu ft fridge, pin box, 2nd awning and slide covers. Yours is the first photo I've seen of the rig and pick up together. Puts the size into perspective for me. We pull with a 2014 Silverado Duramax Crew cab short box.
Cant wait to get ours.

Any issues you care to share?

Happy Camping!
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Hello from Arizona.

We've been THROUGH Nebraska many times, but only spent a few nights there. Have enjoyed more than a couple of meals at Ole's Big Game Steakhouse in Paxton.
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Old 04-20-2016, 09:23 PM   #4
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Welcome, and nice setup
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Old 04-20-2016, 09:44 PM   #5
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Beautiful ! Our 321 is due to show up on Saturday after almost 12 weeks of waiting.
We've owned 2 5ers in the last 11 years...A 1998 hitchhiker 28RS and a 2008 Wildcat 28RKS. Love 5ers and this will be our first new one.
We got the Almond interior, 12 cu ft fridge, pin box, 2nd awning and slide covers. Yours is the first photo I've seen of the rig and pick up together. Puts the size into perspective for me. We pull with a 2014 Silverado Duramax Crew cab short box.
Cant wait to get ours.

Any issues you care to share?

Happy Camping!


We actually negotiated a price to order when the salesman emailed if we would be interested in the one on their lot. It had the 12 cu ft fridge, 2nd awning and grill which we didn't want. Well we ended up getting those $3200 in options for $500 and now glad we have the fridge and 2nd awning.

I have a list of items but most are cosmetic or lack of detail when installing. My major issue is the Schwintek slide which the dealer fixed and the binding came back. I got it retimed this evening and did about 10 extends and retracts and so far good. I've heard you can't stop in the middle and to hold button 3-5 secs after motors stop. Hopefully all is good now!

Enjoy picking your new camper up as we really enjoy ours so far.
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Hello from Arizona.

We've been THROUGH Nebraska many times, but only spent a few nights there. Have enjoyed more than a couple of meals at Ole's Big Game Steakhouse in Paxton.


Most people think Nebraska is boring because all they see is I80 but there really is quite a bit of diversity to it once you venture away from the interstate. Passing through and having a steak isn't all that bad!
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Old 04-22-2016, 04:43 AM   #7
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Congratulations! We debated going with that floor plan before deciding on the 323LKTS.

We had the same issue with our Schwintek slide, got it repaired, and so far so good for us too.
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Very nice!
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I love the floorplan of the 321RSTS. I have her sister model and really like the layout. I think you will too.

Congratulations and I hope you enjoy it for years to come.

Safe and happy travels.
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Very nice, what's your tow vehicle, and how well does it pull it? Both new TV and 5er in our future plans.
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