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Old 03-09-2012, 02:02 PM   #1
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Hello, we are new to the Jayco family and have moved up to the X213 from a TT. Lots of good information here look forward to reading many post's. Can't wait for the Camping Season to begin.

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Welcome to the Forum Scomac, and congrats on your new trailer. " Westerncanuck " also just bought a x213 I believe. Very nice units.
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Welcome to the forum Scomac and congrtas on your X213.
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Welcome to Jayco Owners Forum, Scomac. Visit here often and share your experiences with your X213.
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Welcome to JOF, Scomac. Enjoy your new trailer.
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Glad to have you here, Scomac. Congratulations on your x213. Make sure to take some pictures and post them!
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Hello, we are new to the Jayco family and have moved up to the X213 from a TT. Lots of good information here look forward to reading many post's. Can't wait for the Camping Season to begin.

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Hi Scott, welcome from across the Strait and congrats on your new x213, we picked up our x213 near the end of Feb, I have yet to take it out but I did open her up and checked out all the features including the TV....perhaps we should start an x213 club...lol. We will be heading up to Alice Lake on the July Long weekend...but we are going to try a maiden run in May or early June. I hope you have fun with yours as much as we will have fun with ours. I have a Primus proportional brake controller installed on my truck as well as a WDH. I found ours very easy to tow and it track really well. The day we took it home there was some high winds and it didn't effect our towing.
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Welcome to the Forum Scomac, and congrats on your new trailer. " Westerncanuck " also just bought a x213 I believe. Very nice units.
Any luck with your choice of TT yet?
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yup, after many many sleepless nights and several beverages we decided on the Jayco whitehawk 28DSBH. It fits our future needs as the kids grow as well as the weight factor. It should be here in about a week or two. I'm sick to my stomach as well as excited at the same time. I've been holding back from anouncing it because it feels so sureal at the moment. I'm very thankfull for this Jayco forum and its members because I am sure I will need some helpfull tips as the camping season gets going.
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That is great news, Crewmaniacs! We were at the RV show in Houston about a month back and while there were some 600 RVs on display, I do not remember seeing any Whitehawks. Please post some pictures when you get that baby home.
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yup, after many many sleepless nights and several beverages we decided on the Jayco whitehawk 28DSBH. It fits our future needs as the kids grow as well as the weight factor. It should be here in about a week or two. I'm sick to my stomach as well as excited at the same time. I've been holding back from anouncing it because it feels so sureal at the moment. I'm very thankfull for this Jayco forum and its members because I am sure I will need some helpfull tips as the camping season gets going.
Congrats!! that is great news and that is a great looking trailer. I am sure you will have fun times....I just found something cool today that our sales person did not know. Under the sofa, the kick plate swings out for more storage....I opened up the trailer the make a mod for that space and discovered that all I have to do is get a tray for my axes and hot dog skewers to store under there and I can still even put a tote there. I will be lining that area with a rubber matt so that I do not scratch the floor.
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