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Old 06-10-2014, 12:02 PM   #41
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It's raining out this AM but here is the "step" as standard Equiptment from Jayco for my TT.
It's 31-1/2" long
Step pad is 12-1/2" X 6-1/2"
There is NO part # on this step

The canvas is easy to tuck in all the way to the top if need be.
Again, it's a 2010EXP21M
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Old 06-10-2014, 03:08 PM   #42
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I had a JayFeather 19h for 2 years and had water ingestions around both front and back hatch. The MDFB ledge bubbled up and was repaired 3x. Got rid of it (---$$$)and got a JayFlight 24RKS...no problems. AC is quiet and cools uniformly,heat the same, no condensation no cold head,feet or butt!
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:10 AM   #43
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Mine is a2010 EXP21M and no leaks or problems with the tent ends at all. The hybrid gives us a 20' living room & kitchen + 2 bedrooms and it fits in small spaces around trees and near waterways where the bigger ones can't go. For us this is a great way to travel and feel like we're right outside when were really inside. With the screen ends open there's no need to turn lights on, even to read.

We have a 2014 x20e. I am not sure if I can stand up and scream enough how wonderful it is to have the tents ends for the smaller sites with the better everything at times.
Thomson Causeway for example, every morning we just looked over and were able to watch the water fowl and beavers cruise down the main street(river)!

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Old 06-11-2014, 06:37 AM   #44
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Awesome view Amanda!
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Old 06-11-2014, 06:40 AM   #45
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Another thing that sold us on the hybrid is that we can open one, both, or none of the pop out ends to suit our situation. If it's pouring down rain when we pull in to camp we can simply drop the trailer and go inside, watch TV, play games or whatever until the rain stops and then finish setting up.

If it's just me and my wife, we don't even need to pop out the bunk ends at all if we desire. If we are traveling with only one or two kids we can open one end and not the other. The hybrid is a very versatile camping machine!!
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Amanda, if I had a camp site like that, I'd never want to leave!!
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Old 06-11-2014, 09:09 AM   #47
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Yes Amanda, I love those locations for 24' and under that are on the water. We have a good one in Grants Pass on the Rouge River and this one on the Chetco River in Brookings, Or.

Mcfarmall, we do the same thing if it's raining out or a late pull-in. I put the slide out and put the bunk end mattress on the floor and still have room to walk around.
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This is where we wil be this weekend. My cousins property along the river. This is from when we had the pop-up.
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Both types of campers have advantages and disadvantages. We had to live with a hybrid for a season to determine we prefer the hard sided unit. But we do miss some aspects including fitting into smaller spots...
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What a lucky duck Howie! Looks great!

We are already at 11 days camping this season and have a ton more planned.
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