Originally Posted by Scott91370
The roofs are only 2" thick complete, not nearly enough room for ducts. The front bunk gets plenty of cold air but the rear you need to aim the vent just right so it will go through the opening. My daughter doesn't complain about it though and even uses blankets while camping.
Makes sense in the roof design of the Jayco Hybrids.
Might want to look at other manufacturers since my 2 forest river hybrids, a Rockwood Roo 233S and a Palomino 238, did have ducted A/C and i wouldn’t buy one without it. The bunks stay quite warm in middle of summer in the Midwest. Otherwise, rest of the year it was cool enough to not need much a/c at night.