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Old 02-22-2013, 10:55 AM   #1
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Our New 165 Sport Before She went to Cold Storage

We haven't camped in it yet. We bought it used, 2007 model year.
Forgot to take inside pictures.
I was trying to document condition before taking it to new storage place.

I have a bunch of new supplies to transfer into it April 1. I also ordered a longer shank, she was sitting about 1" too high.
I have a buyer for my 2005 Popup next week.
Can't wait to get her out this year.


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Old 02-22-2013, 12:30 PM   #2
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It's always a sad day when the unit needs to be put away for the winter, but it's also very exciting when you get to use it again!!!
I like the LP Gas cover with the "Jayco" name!!
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Old 03-25-2013, 07:16 PM   #3
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we just got a 2007 jayfeather 218 a few weeks ago and it sits in our driveway ...very lonely! we have 2 trips so far scheduled...i love the jayfeather model and the big windows! ours has been barely used, it was bought from the rv dealer and looks like the 1st owners never used it and the 2nd owners never used it the guy threw out his back and they decided to just sell it. i posted some pics of it on this thread. you have to get some interior shots when you the chance.
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Old 03-25-2013, 07:46 PM   #4
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Congratulations on your new rig.
I will be getting mine out April 1st, so I'll get some pictures up then.

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Congratulations to both of you!
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Old 03-28-2013, 07:55 PM   #6
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Well, I got our trailer out of cold storage today.
1. Installed new tires
2. Wife went through everything and wiped it down.
3. Measured all the storage areas so wife can buy containers to fit each area.
4. Looked at mounting TV. Not enough room on side of cabinet. Fits nicely on counter without taking up much room
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Nice Doug! Yea same boat here on the TV. Ours is sitting in the same counter spot (my coffee maker wasn't too happy). Went with the 19" Insignia w/ DVD built in from BB.
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Yep xjay,
I thought there was more space to the right hand side of cabinet.
I did look at an option to mount in the bunk area, but I have to pull connection from antennae over to that area.
I'll think about it for a week and see what options develop.
I usually make my coffee outside on the picnic table so that helps.
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Smaller TV could work up along side the cabinet but just holding up the 19" there means it will be right there in front of whoever is at the sink. I'm sure your glad to get in your 165 and start using it this season. Let me know where you got those containers under the front window, good idea!
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exjay,
The wife picked those up at Wally Mart awhile back.
They fit inside the openings of the designated storage area behind the cushions 4 wide
You could do 4 in the storage area and 4 across the back top of the cushions if desired.
We're thinking of using 4 wide on the top shelf and using the designated storage for towels/linen/folded clothing items etc.

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