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Old 10-04-2013, 10:34 PM   #11
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Here's the floorplan. It is great unit that was our first MH only a 2001.

http://www.jayco.com/g/db/model_floorplans_pic_89.jpg
Very nice. I like that floor plan.
Thanks for sharing Grumpy.

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Old 10-04-2013, 11:52 PM   #12
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Wow...that looks brand new....and long. I saw Jayco bird decals on my dealers parts departmemt wall - Porters RV in Coos Bay Oregon.
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Thanks Doug. Yes, I think it's about as big as they came. Really, it's probably a bit too big for the Ford cutaway chassis.
It was the largest "C" that JAYCO made and in later years they added a bed slide which reduced the length. When we had ours it handled well and we put over 40,000 on it with a TOAD. It pulled the Canadian Rockies well. We went across Canada starting at the North Dakota border to California and came back through Utah and Colorado with no issues. I think you will really enjoy it.

And I forgot to add:"Great job on the graphics"..
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Good to hear, Grumpy. I plan to set ours up to tow our Honda Fit and I figured it would handle it, but your post is reassuring. My only real concern is that the toad will make even harder to maneuver, especially at gas stations. The thing has the turning radius of a battleship...
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Good to hear, Grumpy. I plan to set ours up to tow our Honda Fit and I figured it would handle it, but your post is reassuring. My only real concern is that the toad will make even harder to maneuver, especially at gas stations. The thing has the turning radius of a battleship...
I wouldn't call it "turning".....more like "pivoting"....that tail probably creates turbulence as it swings....
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The thing has the turning radius of a battleship...
Yep, the bad part about an E-450. Our 37' SENECA turns a lot tighter.
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Old 04-21-2015, 04:28 PM   #17
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That looks great, and we are heartened to see the graphic supply link. We are afraid the one we ordered won't be colors we like, and think we might have it redone, and this will make it less expensive. Thanks!
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Looking good Estaban !!
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Awesome, looks brand new!!!
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That looks great!
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