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Old 01-14-2014, 06:17 PM   #1
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We presently have a Jayco 199 Sport that we may be trading in on a new Jayco Eagle Premier 331RETS. We want to full time in the next couple years. I say 2016 but my wife says 2015. Don't know who will win.

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Old 01-14-2014, 06:20 PM   #2
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That`s quite a step up! Welcome to the forum.
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Welcome fellow cheesehead. My love of camping began at Kohler Andrae, and it's still my wife's favorite WI State Park!
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Welcome to the site! One of my annual trips is to Road America right in your backyard.
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Old 01-17-2014, 03:07 PM   #7
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Dennis,
Just saw your post, location and trailer choice. We're also eyeing up the 331 as our choice for FT living in a few years. We keep our current Jayco set-up in Black River Falls during the summer as our weekend happy place and if we travel, head out from there. We'll do the same with our next unit. We call it practicing for retirement.

I'm working with the guys north of Slinger to find a 331 that can bee seen, touched and walked thru.
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We presently have a Jayco 199 Sport that we may be trading in on a new Jayco Eagle Premier 331RETS. We want to full time in the next couple years. I say 2016 but my wife says 2015. Don't know who will win.

Dennis
F=250 Desiel and maybe A Jayco Eagle Premier 331RETS
Welcome to the forum, lots of great info here.

Hope you can go fulltime as soon as you can, we have been fulltime for a little over two years now and are loving it.
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you got a big trailer...we have a 218 jayfeather
sport and you should h be winning already
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