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Old 11-19-2010, 12:08 AM   #1
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New (to me) 2007 Jayco Eagle 1st TT

New to Jayco, new to TT, moved up from tents. I am tickled to death to have my 1st trailer, and even tho it is a 2007 314BHDS, it is in "like new" condition. I am pretty sure no one used it more than once or twicce


http://www.southavenrv.com/rv/jayco/..._Eagle_314BHDS


Wife, Daughter and I headed to middle Tenessee to take it out tomorrow!

Happy to be here!
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Old 11-19-2010, 08:10 AM   #2
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Looks just right. hope you enjoy your new rig and have good luck.
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Old 11-19-2010, 08:24 AM   #3
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Hi there...

Way to GO!!!! I remember getting our 2006 Jayco 29FBS. It was a late birthday gift to my wife. No worries, it was only 2 days late - making our RV dealer trim an additional $2K of it. Anyway.... I remember geting our new Jayco as well. Amazing feeling...

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Old 11-19-2010, 09:05 AM   #4
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That is a beauty!!! I have the 07 325BHS 5th wheel and love it, and in some cases it looks just like yours.
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Old 11-19-2010, 11:22 AM   #5
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Hiya Razorback and congrats on the new to you tt! Nice floorplan! Even nicer that you could take your maiden voyage so soon. Any pics yet? Welcome to the Jayco Owners Forum
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Old 11-19-2010, 03:02 PM   #6
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Seems like a lot of us started out in a tent...I rented them for years, eventually spent a lot of $$$ buying tents and equipment and now have a Jayco in the barn and an attic full of good used canvas and Coleman products. Even though it was fun, I doubt I will ever pitch a tent again when I can just lower the jacks and extend the awning. You are going to love the Eagle.
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Seems like a lot of us started out in a tent...I rented them for years, eventually spent a lot of $$$ buying tents and equipment and now have a Jayco in the barn and an attic full of good used canvas and Coleman products. Even though it was fun, I doubt I will ever pitch a tent again when I can just lower the jacks and extend the awning. You are going to love the Eagle.
Over the years we have either donated used camping gear to Boy/Girl Scout troops or sold via Craigslist. That camping gear will never tell your secrets , but definitely would love to have another family to enjoy
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New to Jayco, new to TT, moved up from tents. I am tickled to death to have my 1st trailer, and even tho it is a 2007 314BHDS, it is in "like new" condition. I am pretty sure no one used it more than once or twicce


http://www.southavenrv.com/rv/jayco/..._Eagle_314BHDS


Wife, Daughter and I headed to middle Tenessee to take it out tomorrow!

Happy to be here!

The year of the trailer means nothing. Its the enjoyment you get out using it.
Its a great looking rig, and quite a move up from a tent. What are you towing it with?
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new purchase.
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The tents were fun but they are a young mans sport! I need the A/C, bed & bath! Welcome aboard and good luck!
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Sorry for the delay in response!

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The year of the trailer means nothing. Its the enjoyment you get out using it.
Its a great looking rig, and quite a move up from a tent. What are you towing it with?
My Truck is a 2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 with the MAX Tow package (6.0L V8), it is rated at 10,500 lbs. First trip went great, no problems towing or getting settled in. Thanks for the responses!
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No pics yet, we had so much fun that we forgot to take any!!

Had to winterize it until after the holidays, been traveling for work,

Plannng on a trip to New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl next!!
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Welcome and congrats on the new toy!
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Welcome to the forum. Congrats on the new toy.
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Welcome and congrats on the new toy!
Too funny, I didn't even look at crabmans post before submitting mine. Great minds think alike I guess.
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