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Old 07-21-2015, 01:33 PM   #11
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Thanks everyone!!

So it appears the lettering to left of the door is incorrect!!

The link above has a fuzzy picture of it, but here it is from the other pic I took immediately after I snapped the pic of the yellow sticker. In fact it is the only hybrid they have on the lot, so I am positive, I am just not remembering improperly!

It very clearly says x19 h yet it is as mentioned a 17z trailer. the VIN on the yellow sticker and the VIN on the sales build sheet (both visible in the RCD link above) match and the build sheet which says it is a 17z. Strange.

Guess the x19 is still on my list, just not THAT one.

I will stop by this evening and get a pic that clearly shows both the yellow sticker and model lettering. Will also ask the dealer how that happened.
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Old 07-21-2015, 01:37 PM   #12
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There are two photos to look at. The door says 19H but the manufactures listing sheet that has all the items listed and warranty info says 17Z.

There is an error somewhere.

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Jayco.com, shows the 19H as a twin axle HTT.
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Old 07-21-2015, 02:01 PM   #13
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The model on the lot is X17Z !!!
ignore the sticker by the door! (someone applied the wrong sticker)

Th X19H is LONGER, allowing you to have a 70" long sofa and a wardrobe between the dinette and the BIG fridge



70" long SOFA:



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Old 07-21-2015, 02:05 PM   #14
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This is how the 2016 X19H look like from the outside,
also has 2 windows on one side and a huge window on the other side



CAN YOU SEE HOW LONG IT IS?



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Old 07-21-2015, 02:27 PM   #16
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Phew, yeah, big difference. After looking/researching so many options I clearly overlooked the details that would have solved the 'mystery'. Thanks again everyone for your sharp skills and knowledge of Jayco models!!

Now I look forward to being a part of the community Once we find one that will work for the family, is labeled correctly and be able to be towed with current vehicle (2014 Jeep Geand Cherokee Overland V8 5.7L HEMI).

The effort spent now will definitely pay off once we take one home.
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Old 08-02-2015, 01:29 AM   #17
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Was lucky enough to purchase the last 2015 X19 off the lot here in BC....layout is perfect for our needs, pulling it with a Honda Rudgeline not sure how that will work out yet? Double axle unit seems very well balanced and layed out, big fridge with seperate freezer...post more once we have been out.
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Congrats Alan! You made a great choice. Happy camping!!
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Alan,
I think you will find the Honda Ridgeline pretty much maxed out by the X19H. We used to tow an X17Z with our Pilot. The 17 weighed in at 3500lb max which is 1000 lb lower than the Pilot's tow rating and we used to watch everything we carried to stay under the tow rating.
The 19H, however, is 4950lb maximum weight which is very close to your Ridgeline's 5000 lb tow rating. Bottom line -- be careful with what you pack into the trailer. Also, be mindful that the weight of anything you carry with your Ridgeline should be subtracted from your tow rating.

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Thanks for replying.....I new the Honda was going to be a bit of an issue but we love it as a city truck and all the other things it does really well, dogs, bikes, utility trailer, grandkids and drives like a Pilot etc plus we had a canopy installed....so it won out when it came time to pick a trailer, don't know if I will be saying that in a few months but we will see....got a headache listening to the WDH or no WDH issues on the Ridgeline forum already.

Thanks for answering back...talk soon!

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