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Old 07-06-2015, 08:21 PM   #1
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Here's a picture from this past weekend.
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Old 07-06-2015, 08:43 PM   #2
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Nice set up! I kind of like that color scheme on your Jayco. Now I think mine looks boring.
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I also like that color scheme.
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Good looking rig, congrats
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Old 07-07-2015, 08:03 PM   #6
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Awesome looking rig! We have been looking at the same floor plan a lot lately. How do you like it and is there anything you dislike about the floor plan?
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Old 07-07-2015, 08:47 PM   #7
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Thanks! The only thing I dislike is that the rear storage is on the driver's side. If the bunks and bathroom were reversed, it would be better. Overall we are very happy with it. We recently upgraded from a 23MB, which had ideal storage, but very small living area. Our 28' has the Elite package upgrade. Also wish it had a larger gray tank, the Elite package has a 80 gallon water tank. Love the extra room!
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You are describing the 29BHDS, it has the bunks and bathroom reversed with the rear door on the driver side. Instead of storage they have an exterior kitchen, plus an extra slide for the kitchen. Alot pricier and heavier, so I think the 28BHBE was the better choice. Plus ours has a ladder to get to the second bunk and the 29BHDS does not (or it is removable and needs to be stowed).

I use the driver's rear storage for foldable chairs, a drying rack, and the BBQ. I can pack it pretty tight, but only with very flat items. My big issue with it is that there is no protection for the PEX water lines in the rear, both those going to the water heater and the exterior shower. It is tricky getting back their to install something yourself, or maybe I just need to lose some weight...
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The waterlines are open in the compartments all the trailers I've seen. Some are harder to see than others. We keep a plastic bin with kids basketballs, rackets, and other sports equipment in that area. Along with chairs and folding table & campfire tools. Very nice trailer over all with no issues.
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Thanks! The only thing I dislike is that the rear storage is on the driver's side. If the bunks and bathroom were reversed, it would be better. Overall we are very happy with it. We recently upgraded from a 23MB, which had ideal storage, but very small living area. Our 28' has the Elite package upgrade. Also wish it had a larger gray tank, the Elite package has a 80 gallon water tank. Love the extra room!
Thanks for the update! My wife and I are strogly considering trading in our 28BHS for a 28BHBE. We are finding ourselves taking longer vacations in and have had a few 10 day trips where we found ourselves wishing for a bit more open room on the inside. My current 28BHS has the maxi store door on the drivers side and I really hat the idea of giving that up but o well.
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