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Old 02-15-2017, 07:38 AM   #1
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Some other brand owners

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This thread is for those members that may have moved on to another brand for whatever reason or have another brand but are interested in Jaycos and wish to continue to enjoy the benefits and friendly banter here at JOF. This is NOT the place to vent or rant about your previous Jayco and any such posts will be removed.
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Old 02-15-2017, 07:47 AM   #2
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Here is my thread on having some other brand.

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...yco-42879.html
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Old 02-15-2017, 08:18 AM   #3
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Had a 23RB, it just wasn't big enough. So got a Sunset Trail Superlite 250RB with a slide.
Was having trouble selling the jayco so traded it in on a Windjammer 3001W which I have left in florida.

Would really like to replace both of them with a jayco 336fbok.
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Old 02-15-2017, 09:15 AM   #4
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I would like to buy an Airstream base camp, but really don't know why.
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Old 07-07-2017, 12:41 AM   #5
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Looking at a 2018 Cosmic Blue Dynamax DX3 BH. Sooo tired of this tankless HWH and the furnace blower noise. I want an Aqua-Hot, and this will give it to me. If I do decide to get one, I'll give the kids the Seneca. Big bucks, but a lot of goodies. I'm ready to pull the trigger, but it all comes down to the DW!
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:35 AM   #6
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I'm about to buy a Little Guy (as some of you know) but wish Jayco made a trailer that size and even shape, sort of. With a bathroom would be nice. Some Little Guys have bathrooms but not this one, they cost a bunch more. It's a little trailer but nice design and easy for a single lady moving around to deal with hitch wise. Hope it works out, will let y'all know.

Wonder why others don't post here? It's been idle for quite a bit now... maybe no one never, ever moves away from Jayco, maybe they're ashamed of themselves? Maybe they left the forum, although why anyone would do that is beyond me.
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:53 AM   #7
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When we were looking to replace our Jayco 24FB, we both fell in love with the Whitehawk 27DSRL. Price was great and the layout was PERFECT for us. Sadly I was concerned with weight and length. We purchased a Shadow Cruiser 225 RBS. It is a nice little trailer but it is NO Whitehawk. I have not had any big issues but things like almost glued cabinet door panels popping lose, no access to bedroom with slide in, and a cheap cook stove that requires a match to light shows the real quality. As far as towing our 5.4 Ford does ok with this little light weight but as much as it struggles on hills, anything over 5K pounds would be a BAD experience.
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[Roux 'b Doux; I'm about to buy a Little Guy (as some of you know) but wish Jayco made a trailer that size and even shape, sort of. With a bathroom would be nice.]

Jayco does, it is a single axle 145RB that's as small you can get, also available in Baja edition.
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Prior to buying our 28RLS we owned a KZ Spree Escape E204S for six years. We put 7,800 running miles on it an 130 nights sleeping in it. A few minor problems but overall it help up nicely. In fact the last time we camped in it we pulled into our site and the guy next to me ask if it was new.

We were seriously looking at the KZ Spree Connect 281RL before purchasing the 28RLS (same floorplan) but no one within 400 miles of us had one. If the Jayco holds up as well as the KZ we'll feel fortunate.
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[Roux 'b Doux; I'm about to buy a Little Guy (as some of you know) but wish Jayco made a trailer that size and even shape, sort of. With a bathroom would be nice.]

Jayco does, it is a single axle 145RB that's as small you can get, also available in Baja edition.
I didn't find it, is it a popup? I'm not allowed a popup, seems I break them to easily. Hi ALJO how's your day going?
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