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Old 10-22-2012, 07:36 PM   #1
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Saw something at the Pomona, CA RV show, put on entirerly by Manufacturers, not dealers, and a Jayco Feather Ultralite Q213 with rear slide out really caught my eye. Need to get she who holds the check book to sign on. So far, I think it will fit and tow ok behind my VW Touareg TDI diesel V6... It's a 3.0 L SUV, but 225 HP and 406 ft lbs of torque, I am hoping the overall weight and tongue weight is not a problem

On a side note, does anyone find the fresh water tank size a bit small on this model for boondocking for a week or so... I've never seen someone throw in the water heater 6 gallon capacity into the total freshwater capacity before in the brochures like this?
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Old 10-22-2012, 08:07 PM   #2
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I've never seen someone throw in the water heater 6 gallon capacity into the total freshwater capacity before in the brochures like this?
I have often seen the water heater included in the total water amount. It is water in the system, just not usable water.
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