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Old 06-22-2016, 09:40 AM   #31
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Thanks so much for posting these pics! Those two improvements are the 2 things I liked least about the 321RSTS, and now they are things I like best! I was actually planning to have the time out seat remodeled into a kitchen counter/cabinet as soon as I picked up the trailer. Now I like the big 'closet' cabinet better. That is a huge amount of added storage space in just the right place. I too liked the window behind the stove area, but now these improvements far outweigh losing that. 5 weeks and counting...
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Old 06-22-2016, 02:54 PM   #32
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We picked ours up yesterday, and she's beautiful! I do wish the kitchen window was still there, but, it's fine. I was SHOCKED at how "spacious" the bedroom turned out (queen bed)!! So much more room than I expected!! Very pleased with it! The only thing I really don't like are the glass shades on the pendants and sconces. Very cheap looking. I hope to change those soon.
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Old 06-24-2016, 10:43 PM   #33
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Here's a dealers description of the upgrades for 2017-pretty substantial!: 2017 Jayco Eagle 321RSTS Fifth Wheels, 2017 Jayco Eagle Fifth Wheels 321RSTS Features may include: Interior Upgraded to 48” HDTV with HMDI® Added Jayco-exclusive Simmons® brand residential 60” x 80” queen mattress Upgraded kitchen drawers to “soft-close” glides Moved standard central command center switch plate with tank monitoring behind smoked glass door (main house lights remain outside and are easily accessible at entryway) Upgraded bathroom door to sliding pocket door from hallway (select floor plans) Revised overhead cabinets over sofas in all “super slide” models Added decorative braided maple molding to kitchen overheads Upgraded LED pantry lighting with automatic switch Added removable plastic bins under all standard dinettes Added decal advertising Shaw® EcoFiberTouchTM residential carpet pad with R-value and sound dampening (industry first!) in slide rooms Exterior Complete redesign of Eagle exterior for 2017 New exterior fiberglass: "Silver Eagle" true high-gloss gel coat Body color-match on trim, extrusions, fascia, doors, awnings, skirt metal, rooftop, sealants, moldings, and more for seamless, automotive look Revised and upgraded automotive-grade graphics (unified look on all lines) New “Silver Eagle” high-gloss fiberglass cap Specialty LED cap lighting Total LED exterior lighting upgrade Updated aluminum wheel design New “brushed chrome” folding entry handle All entry and baggage doors “keyed alike” for ease and security Prepped for Sani-con® waste management system (industry exclusive!) Industry-exclusive complete redesign of outside kitchen (accessible lower countertop and cooktop heights, water-proof powder coated countertop, “quick connect” faucet/outside shower, stainless steel backsplash, storage drawer, etc.) Added next generation digital TV antenna Revised roofline profile for smooth, continuous build Redesigned and enhanced pass-through storage areas with upgraded rubberized diamond plate, new bulkhead front wall, and interior wall board for cleaner basement storage Deleted MOR/ryde EZ StowTM tray
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Old 06-28-2016, 12:37 PM   #34
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awkward bathroom door

My husband and I recently purchased a 2016 321 rsts. Love everything about it except the bathroom door that extends out into the hall and blocks it.
I was thinking of somehow installing a light-weight sliding barn door type door. Has anyone else ever thought of this or tried it. I'm worried about the door mount and if there is anything strong to attach it to. Any ideas? My husband is threatening to take it off all together. Not a fan of that!
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You could try a decorative curtain rod and drape with a decorative tie back to hold the curtain back when the restroom is not in use
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Old 06-28-2016, 02:13 PM   #36
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I thought of that but didn't think that would look too classy in a $50+k fifth wheel!
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Old 06-28-2016, 04:50 PM   #37
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While the pocket door would be nice I wouldn't remove the door on my 2016. Put a motion sensing LED in the hall for using at night and after a couple of trips you'll get used to the door.
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Old 06-28-2016, 10:28 PM   #38
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Picking up our 321 tomorrow. In peppercorn, will post pics. It looks great on all pics so far, thanks for the posts/links.
Will change avatar for sure!
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Old 06-29-2016, 05:24 AM   #39
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Our 2011 has a pocket door from BR to the bath and also a inward opening conventional door from the hall to the bath. It takes up a little room but we like this arrangement because behind the door there is room for towel bars and book rack.

Not blocking any cabinets when open.
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Old 06-29-2016, 08:12 AM   #40
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Have you seen a 2017 yet?

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New to the forum and have already got some great information.

We ordered a 321rsts a couple of weeks ago and found out that we will be getting a 2017 model. The dealer had a picture of a trailer under construction so we could see the new color "Silver Eagle". So far we have not seen a floor plan to see what changes there will be from the 2016's. I have seen a 2017 Eagle enhancements sheet on another post here. A couple of things that have us concerned are possible changes to the bedroom/bathroom size and what if anything will be happening to the bench seat by the entrance.

Has anyone seen any 2017 floor plans?

Dave
Our dealership has several 2017 Eagle 5th wheel models now. There are pocket doors now (very awesome upgrade!). The bench is gone. And have you seen the new fireplace brick??? Ugly & very fake looking. And the light fixtures that hang from the ceiling & one attached to the wall look like gaudy ugly upside down wine glasses. And the bathroom medicine cabinet looks cheap (I liked all the wood medicine cabinets in the older models). I know I am probably in the minority. Just my opinion, my 2 cents. Still love Jayco though! Very good company!
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