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Old 06-05-2016, 11:10 AM   #11
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Didn't mean to steer this discussion away from the original poster's question.

I am not an RV owner at all yet, but based on all of my research, they don't come more solidly built than Jayco, and that's what the wife and I have settled on. Minor issues aside, it seems like everyone on this forum is happy with their 377 / 355.


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Old 06-06-2016, 09:45 AM   #12
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My walk thru is tomorrow and it is getting delivered to our campground this Saturday! I found some pictures of a 2017 online which are better then the ones I took. This one happens to be the same colors and options as ours, minus the awning on the rear slide. So excited!


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Old 06-06-2016, 01:04 PM   #13
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Thank you for your replies. We can run many miles in a day at 90 degree plus temperature. Any tire issues? After spending enough for the new 5th wheel, i hate to spend more to replace the factory tires. Previously gone with Michelin Ribs and no issues at all.


I replaced mine the day I brought her home with Sailun g rated S637. Night and day difference. The Sailun tires alone weigh more than the stock tires and rims combined. I think fifth wheels of the size and weight of a 377 need g rated tires...but that's just my unscientific belief.


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Old 06-07-2016, 10:12 AM   #14
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Last August I got a 377 and I love it, I'm very happy with my decision lots of room, well built, I upgraded to the thermal pane windows and a/c with heat pump and very happy with that decision would never go back to standard windows.

Long story short I would buy another Jayco in a heartbeat especially a north point 377rlbh
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Thank you for the replies. We decided to move forward with the purchase. We are having slide toppers added to the coach. Odd enough the unit that is showing in the link above at Colerain RV is the one we purchased.
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Thank you for the replies. We decided to move forward with the purchase. We are having slide toppers added to the coach. Odd enough the unit that is showing in the link above at Colerain RV is the one we purchased.
Beautiful rig. I'm sure you will enjoy it.
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Old 06-07-2016, 08:42 PM   #17
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That thing looks huge... I thought my 338 at 39 foot was big
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Old 06-07-2016, 08:58 PM   #18
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Thank you for the replies. We decided to move forward with the purchase. We are having slide toppers added to the coach. Odd enough the unit that is showing in the link above at Colerain RV is the one we purchased.

Congrats on your purchase! We bought the exact same camper, except the rear awning. Had our walk through tonight, and love everything about it, so many little features spread throughout. It will definitely take some time to learn it all. Only complaint we had was that the bunk room bed hits the cabinet when pulled out and not by just a little(same as in the picture of yours). May be some room there for adjustment but not a deal breaker by any means. Now to figure out how to properly winterize the ice maker/water dispenser system in the fridge this fall, and I must say the fit and finish work is excellent in this model! BTW we have been showing your camper pictures to our family and friends. Everyone loves it! hahaha

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Old 06-07-2016, 09:17 PM   #19
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Is your dealer Albany RV? We were jerked around by them twice, and this time we bought from the Jayco display at the Harrisburg RV show. Jayco assigned the sale to Fritz RV, just north of Philly, and they were great to work with.
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Is your dealer Albany RV? We were jerked around by them twice, and this time we bought from the Jayco display at the Harrisburg RV show. Jayco assigned the sale to Fritz RV, just north of Philly, and they were great to work with.

Yes, Albany RV, aka rvdirect.com

Had a very good experience this time(not always so in the past). Their new place is decent and has a nice camping store there as well. This is our 3rd Jayco from them. The rear blind would not retract, so the person doing our walk thru called a tech and within a few minutes there were 2 of them there. Within 5 minutes they had the blind down and were able to reset the spring tension. Very happy they were able to handle before they deliver it. Ended up getting the 7 year warranty because it covers the service call for repairs under warranty as well. Without it we would have to pay minimum 100.00 to send a service tech to Sacandaga (even for warranty work) where it will spend most of its life. PM me if you are ever near the lake. We spend every weekend from may till october there, and 2 full weeks vacation as well. Enjoy Placid!

I should mention Alpin Haus wanted to charge us a 200.00 service call to fix a problem with our Keystone under warranty( only 20 minutes away from the lake).. I ended up buying the part myself and fixing the problem for under $50.00
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