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Old 10-11-2013, 10:31 PM   #1
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Cool New Member Looking at JAYCO Pinnacle

Hi all,
I am interested in the Jayco Pinnacle. If anybody has comments please send them forward. I have been RVing for years and I am looking at a little more luxury.
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Old 10-12-2013, 03:41 AM   #2
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We have been fulltiming in our Jayco Pinnacle 35LKTS for 2 years now.
We are not new to RVing as we have had a 05 Jayco 5er, a 96 Sunnybrook TT, a Sunline TT, a Layton TT and a couple of Popups over the years.

We had a 2005 Jayco Eagle 5er prior to our Pinnacle, we have been very happy with our Pinnacle.
Our Pinnacle has exceeded our expectations and has only had a few minor issues.
The cabinet construction is solid as all cabinet stiles and frames are solid wood and screwed together, very durable.
We have pulled our Pinnacle about 20k miles with no problems. (We did upgrade the factory tires to a heaver rated tire, but this is common issue on many brands and models.)

Let me know if you have any specific questions.

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Welcome to the forum. You may get a better response to your questions about the Pinnacle in the 5th wheel forum.
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We have the Pinnacle in our sig and are very happy with it. It has gone from the Midwest to Florida a year ago, and this summer we towed it to Alaska for the summer. I estimate we have put about 20,000 miles on it in the two years we have had it. Just after we took possession of it, we had to get warranty work done on a slide seal. Other than that, it has been a great RV.

My only real complaint is that in order to completely dump the black tank, the Pinnacle must be sitting perfectly level or slightly uphill, but this is something we can live with.

This coming spring I will be upgrading to "E" rated tires from the "Ds" that came with it originally. I had a tire slip a belt in Alaska and replaced it with an E which seems to be wearing much better than the originals.
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