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Old 08-09-2010, 09:24 AM   #1
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Hello! New Owner in WV

Have had the Jayco Eagle Super Lite 318RLS for a week and so far so good. Traded up from a Keystone product. Hopefully the service of the Jayco will be good for an extended period.
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Old 08-09-2010, 11:37 AM   #2
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Hi rbrumfield and welcome to the Jayco Owners Forum! Very nice tt... enjoy!
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Welcome aboard rbrumfield !!!

Hope your enjoying the new unit ......
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Welcome , have fun and good luck with the new trailer ,
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Hi RB and welcome to the forum! That is a nice tt you have... post up some pics when you can!
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Old 08-09-2010, 08:40 PM   #6
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Welcome to the Forum. Visit often and post photos when you get a chance.
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Welcome rbrumfield from the great state of West Virginia. We visit your state often. Great state parks and forests.
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Thanks all for the warm welcome. Will post pictures as soon as I get some taken.
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Welcome aboard. I'll visiting your state for whitewater rafting soon!
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Welcome from the Eastern Panhandle of WV.

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Pics of the new TT Jayco 318RLS SuperLite

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Old 09-13-2010, 07:21 PM   #12
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Great pics. Love the picture windows in the back of the tt.... what a view
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Great pics. We too prefer the entertainment at the end.

Our Jayco is a '02, and besides a few minor issues, it's held it's quality very well. The issues do not interfere with any of it's necessary operations.
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Welcome to the Jayco Forum. Nice photos of the TT!!
I also like your flag. Those are pretty popular. I have made a few of them. Most recently I have made a slight mod. I added two solar lights at the top


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Are the specifics on the Flag set-up available ?
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Welcome to the Jayco Forum. Nice photos of the TT!!
I also like your flag. Those are pretty popular. I have made a few of them. Most recently I have made a slight mod. I added two solar lights at the top

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Do you happen to recall where you got the solar lights? I have been looking for some lights and this is a great mod. Thanks.
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This link is the schematic I used to make the flag pole. I used 1" PVC instead of the 3/4" PVC they specify. At the top of the pole I put a "T", and capped each end. Drilled a hole in each cap and used epoxy to secure solar spot lights on either end of the "T".
http://www.missouriscenicrivers.com/...poleplans.html

The solar lights where purchased at Home Depot. I can not locate the link for the lights. They come in a package of two lights and are 20 watts per light. The cost was about $20.00 for the set. They could be lower by now. They also come with 2 rechargeable batteries per light. I also replaced the 650mA capacity batteries with 1600mA batteries. Either set of batteries work, but I wanted the lights to last longer, so I used larger capacity batteries.

Thanks for the interest in the flag pole. Here is a link for one of threads I posted a while back. It gives you a look at the flag at night.

http://www.jaycoowners.com/showthread.php?t=1022
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After searching deeper on the internet, I found a link for the solar spot lights, but I purchased them at Home Depot. http://compare.ebay.com/like/1704670...Types&var=sbar

This will give you an idea what they look like. So if you go to Home Depot, you can find them by that link or this photo.


I guess they are called "St. Petersburg Solar Spot Lights".
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After searching deeper on the internet, I found a link for the solar spot lights, but I purchased them at Home Depot. http://compare.ebay.com/like/1704670...Types&var=sbar

This will give you an idea what they look like. So if you go to Home Depot, you can find them by that link or this photo.


I guess they are called "St. Petersburg Solar Spot Lights".
Going to see if I can find them for my setup. Thanks.
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