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Old 01-17-2014, 11:29 AM   #11
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Old 01-17-2014, 05:20 PM   #12
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We ended up trading in our 2012 Jayco 20E for a 2014 White Hawk 29 REKS. Since we will be seasonal, we wanted more room. Thanks everyone.
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Oddly enough I had the exact same thread going last year, well we did use ours out there for the season. We closed the beds about 90% of the time. This trailer will work for us, it's just a bit more work then a non hybrid.
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Old 01-17-2014, 06:32 PM   #14
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If you don't mind me asking, how did the financial situation go?

Did you trade the x20 in? Obviously lost some cash being such a new trailer?

Reason I ask is were in the same boat, current trailer will work but it would be nice to upgrade. A quck phone call to the dealer and he said I would have to pay 5k and get into a new trailer worth 30+ to hide the negative equity. I know if I went down there I could get those numbers closer to my favour but still, selling a year old trailer were bound to lose money...
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We have a 23b and last year was our first year using it at a seasonal site. We did leave it open if we were leaving on a sunday and returning a few days later. This year we will be using it again but will be closing it when we leave for the week. I think you will enjoy being seasonal and in your new trailer! We are planning on a few years on upgrading out of the hybrid. As much as I love my hybrid it would be nice to arrive at our site and not have to do any setting up of any kind!
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Since the Hybrid tent ends do not take up any room inside the trailer seems like it would be an easy thing to do by closing up when you are not using it.

I have the OFF-ROAD POPUP camper trailer and I always have a 9X12 tarp over my tent beds ends which has really protected the fabric pretty good over the years... These are what I call my poor man GIZMOs

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We did trade in the 2012 X20E and feel that we did very well. We had bought it from RV Direct for a good price and had paid it off. This put us in a good place to start. We loved the X20E and are very excited for the 29REKS to arrived.

We have bought two used StarCraft popup and two new Jayco campers.

Is it time to go camper yet???
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