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View Poll Results: Which line of Jayco Motorhome do you own?
Greyhawk 489 45.32%
Melbourne 93 8.62%
Seneca 216 20.02%
Embark 9 0.83%
Granite Ridge 43 3.99%
Relics and Dinosaurs 16 1.48%
Redhawk 109 10.10%
Other, please explain in thread 43 3.99%
Precept 61 5.65%
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Old 03-04-2018, 09:45 AM   #161
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Just purchased a 2018 Alante 31P. Itís not on the poll list. A few minor bugs but overall DW and I are very pleased. Since itís our first motor home we have nothing to compair it too except a few tents. Had a few Nubie booboos but what the heck. Iím still learning.
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Old 03-04-2018, 10:15 AM   #162
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Just purchased a 2018 Alante 31P. It’s not on the poll list. A few minor bugs but overall DW and I are very pleased. Since it’s our first motor home we have nothing to compair it too except a few tents. Had a few Nubie booboos but what the heck. I’m still learning.
This poll was created in the Jayco Class C Motorhomes forum so we can only assume the OP was only targeting those owners.

But welcome to JOF.

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Old 03-04-2018, 08:06 PM   #163
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OOPS like I said a few minor booboos. I hit the wrong button
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Old 03-07-2018, 07:41 AM   #164
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Bought a 2018 Entegra Esteem and its not listed on the poll. After one month we are very happy with it.
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Old 04-24-2018, 01:04 PM   #165
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Old 05-21-2018, 07:59 AM   #166
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2018.5 Seneca. Great driving vehicle lots of issues regarding broken screws and issue with water pump wonít shut off. Maybe a leak or bad valve in the nautilus system. Furnace had a sail switch replaced also. Stinks because dealers want to keep them for a long time for warranty repairs and jayco wonít schedule for a couple months. Returning from latest trip a molding up front by the cab is coming apart. Bet itís has to do with another broken screw. Cheap screws that get over torqued.
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Old 05-25-2018, 08:56 AM   #167
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WOW! we have not had anything like that with our 2014. Only thing we had was the flooring tiles looked like they had bubbles in them. Dealer took pictures and Jayco approved replacement. Our purchasing dealer took it right in and we got it back within a month. Only took that long because we purchased 4 hours away from our home and had to wait several days to get free to go pick it up on a weekend. Have you tried Jayco Customer service? My husband is on good terms with them and they have helped to get some recall things taken care of at a Non Jayco dealer that's closer to us. Of course if something isn't covered under warranty you would have to get approval from Jayco then pay up front when work is done and send a copy of the bill to Jayco for reimbursement. We did that with something, I think an issue with the tankless water heater, but had our check back from Jayco within 3/4 weeks. Since these two issues we haven't had any other problems. Hope you get things straightened out with yours and can enjoy it as much as we are ours.
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Old 05-30-2018, 08:58 AM   #168
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We just moved from a Jay Flight 28BHBE into a Greyhawk 29MV, and we're loving it so far!

We really loved our trailer, but we found the convenience of a MH very attactive for our style of traveling. We're also hoping to be a bit more spontaneous with our travels!

So far, a few adjustments, a few mods, a little decorating, and we're making it "home". Our friends call it our "mansion on wheels". LOL! It's fancy (for us), but not quite "mansion" fancy!
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Old 06-08-2018, 06:20 AM   #169
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Old 06-14-2018, 11:13 AM   #170
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A couple months in on the small dog Redhawk 22J.
My last RV was an old Porsche Boxster. Fill the front and back trunk and passenger seat with camping equipment and supplies and off I went.
Now I can travel with wife and 2 small dogs and get out of the rain.
I just need to get a trailer to but the Boxster on so I can enjoy the back roads.
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