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Old 02-07-2011, 09:59 AM   #1
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My Jayco 32BHDS and Ford Excursion

It's a 2009 32 BHDS and a 2004 Ford Excursion. Does very well for a family with 6 kids (13 yo boy, 11 yo girl, 8 yo boy, 5 yo girl, and twin 2 yo girls).



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Old 02-07-2011, 11:31 AM   #3
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Nice combo. No doubt about it you need the extra room of the 32BHDS and the Excursion with 6 kids! -Lee
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Nice Jayco and huge family wow!

May I ask about your first picture. It looks like the rear of the Ford squats a bit or am I see things?
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It's kind of a deceptive picture. We were just pulling out of the site and the front tires are on the road, but the right rear is not fully on the paved road yet - its the low spot just to the right of the front passenger side wheel in the last picture.

It does sag it some, nowhere near as bad as the picture makes it look to be, and I will likely be putting on some Timbrens to help out with that next month.
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Ahhh... Ok... I see what you mean... At least I was paying attention... :hihi:
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Great set up.
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Building memories with the kids -> priceless. They'll probably grow up to be campers themselves.
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Being able to camp in such a nice tt with 6 kids... my DD/SIL have 4 kids and can't afford a tent. If it weren't for our 29BHS they wouldn't be camping! Neat that you guys can make those kind of memories with your kids!!! (I sure wish Jayco would have put that angle pitched awning on ours)
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Thanks for the Pics. You have a nice looking combination.
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