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Old 07-25-2014, 09:46 AM   #1
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Heartland's new cyclone 4200...Jayco?? WOW!

Had they come out with this prior to my purchasing the 3914 I would have gone with the Cyclone 4200 with this great side deck concept. In addition to the new side patio concept, they incorporate a full residential one piece shower, 2nd full bath now, bigger loft bunk, and just a more efficient use of the space (IMHO). And they use the Lippert 6 point Hydraulic level up system, not the electric like the Seismic, which in my experience is underpowered for the size/weight of a Seismic....

Before you guys bought a Jayco, did you look at the Cyclone and what brought you with the Seismic? At the time I made the decision based on price, quality and the 2 yr warrant piece of mind.

I just wanted to share this with you fellow Seismic owners, heartland's engineers and designers are pretty intuitive and efficient when it comes to space design.

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Old 07-25-2014, 11:12 AM   #2
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I saw one of these in a CG I was at last week. I couldn't figure out what the HUGE door on the side was for, now I know.

I'll tell ya, this thing is a MONSTER. 3 AC units on top told me it was BIG inside and out. It was parked and no one was around, so I didn't get to see it all set up with the slides out...
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Old 07-25-2014, 11:24 AM   #3
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Same size as the 3914. They use the space wiser, and having two AC units in our 3914 in SC this week (90+ and humid) also makes me wish Jayco put the option for the third. The designers/engineers at Heartland are pretty darn talented. Other small differences, power lighted rear awning Jayco is crank no lights, power recliners (jayco manual) etc.
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Old 07-26-2014, 02:38 PM   #4
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Went to the Heartland owners web sight and some are having problems with the side patio warping. But it is a good looking rig if I wanted a toy hauler but the Excursion can't haul it.
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Can't boondock with that baby..
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Well Seann, if a D 8 cat went in first, maybe?!
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Well Seann, if a D 8 cat went in first, maybe?!
I was meaning the fridge.. electric only..
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Old 07-31-2014, 09:29 AM   #8
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They build good products. That 4200 is about the ultimate in toy haulers.
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Looks amazing! BUT..more stuff = more stuff to break. I don't even want to know the price!
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