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Old 01-14-2018, 09:38 AM   #1
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Just wanted to say HI to all here. We don't yet own a Jayco but have decided that is what we are going to (Hopefully shortly) purchase. We have our eyes on the Pinnacle front living room model as it is similar to our 1991 Fleetwood Prowler. We have never towed it and keep it in Michigan at a campground year round and use it as our cottage and weekend getaway, which explains why we've got so many years out of it. With that said it's getting close to time to retire and we are looking to upgrade our cottage into something roomier for full summer living and instead of going to camp to cut the grass we'll be going home (about 1.5 hours away) to cut the grass! Needless to say I'll be anxious to read comments and advice from other Pinnacle owners on their likes and dislikes as well as things they wish they had ordered factory installed and the reasons behind why. Hoping we all have a relaxing stress free winter and another great summer in the new year!
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The members here are GREAT!!! There is a lot of GREAT information to be found here. I am sure that you will have information and pictures to share with us... so please do!!

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I just Bought a 2003 Jayco 35F Firenza and need help learning my New home. I can't find the 120 volt circuit breaker breaker box. Is there one and If so where is it located? If anyone can help I would really appreciate the help. Im new to this site and could also use some help navigating the site. Please HELP.
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Our Pinnacle was new to us late fall so we haven’t had a chance to use her yet. That said, we love the floor plan and can’t wait for spring
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Welcome to the zoo and congrats on the decision to buy a Jayco
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Welcome aboard...there is a lot of great info here. I can’t wait for spring, so we can hit the road again.
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Welcome to the forum and good luck in the selecting and purhasing of your new unit.
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Just bought a new 2018 Alante 31V on Camping Worlds Black Friday sale. Think I got a good deal👍. Picked up in CO and drove it home to UT, now outfitting. Tow car hook-up, all the interior stuff, bedroom tv, hoses, psi regulator, surge protector, tire monitoring, etc. Now planning several two week to two month trips using RV Travel system, just waiting for warmer weather to un-winterize.
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Just wanted to say HI to all here. We don't yet own a Jayco but have decided that is what we are going to (Hopefully shortly) purchase. We have our eyes on the Pinnacle front living room model as it is similar to our 1991 Fleetwood Prowler. We have never towed it and keep it in Michigan at a campground year round and use it as our cottage and weekend getaway, which explains why we've got so many years out of it. With that said it's getting close to time to retire and we are looking to upgrade our cottage into something roomier for full summer living and instead of going to camp to cut the grass we'll be going home (about 1.5 hours away) to cut the grass! Needless to say I'll be anxious to read comments and advice from other Pinnacle owners on their likes and dislikes as well as things they wish they had ordered factory installed and the reasons behind why. Hoping we all have a relaxing stress free winter and another great summer in the new year!
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