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Old 02-17-2019, 06:58 PM   #101
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2018. Jayco discontinued this model for 2019.
I look this up to look at that unit and that is a nice unit and I wonder why did they discontinued it.

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That's a far cry from $2,800! Even if it was not pre-wired, $800 is still a far cry from $2,800.........Big1 you should check with CW in Tacoma.

I'm on it, I will get in contact with the Jayco dealer to see if it is pre-wired for it and then I will go back CW and ask them.
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Old 02-17-2019, 07:55 PM   #102
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I look this up to look at that unit and that is a nice unit and I wonder why did they discontinued it.




I'm on it, I will get in contact with the Jayco dealer to see if it is pre-wired for it and then I will go back CW and ask them.
If you have the sticker that says "install sani-con here" to the lower right of your docking station it should be wired already. If added as an option on a custom order it should only be like $460. I would think no more than double that and less if your purchasing from them.

Don't know why they discontinued 327CKTS it seems very popular. They did the same with my 2015 Jayflight 28BHS elite, then brought it back a couple years later.
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Okay, I think that I will need to call up the dealer which my plan is to do that anyway and find out do it have it their, I did show my wife your 327CKTS and she love that floor plan also. To bad that they did that but I guess that they know something that we don't. Have you taken it out yet and if you have how do you like it?
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Old 02-18-2019, 02:29 PM   #104
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Well I talk to the dealer about installing the Sanicon and he told me that it is install at the factory, no worry it's not the end of the world.
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Well guys pick up is Tuesday.
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Well guys pick up is Tuesday.
So happy for you Big1. Be sure to post some pics!!!
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Ohhhh yeah, I just got done talking to the dealer and he said that we are approved.
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Ohhhh yeah, I just got done talking to the dealer and he said that we are approved.
Congrats on the new rv...
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I didn't know that Jayco's had king beds. I thought they were all queens.
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Yes this one does this was the sole purpose why we went with this one because of the king bed, well other things too.
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Congratulations on your purchase. Hope you like it as much as we like ours!
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Hey Big1, Congrats. We bought a new 2018 321 RSTS in January last year, 2018. Took it on a few local shake down campouts. Took it to Alaska last Memorial Day through Labor day, over 10,000 miles RT from here in Tallahassee.

We have the Washer/Dryer unit installed, generator, larger propane tanks (40s) to feed it and all the propane consuming accessories (stove, water heater, propane furnace, outdoor grill connection). All that weight is up front and after delivery I discovered the hitch weight was more than the manufacturer's limit for our 2017 GMC 2500 Duramax. Upgraded to a 2018 GMC 3500 Dually Duramax and solved that problem. I encourage your to weigh your rig accurately AFTER all is loaded for whatever trip you first go on. Wear-and tear on the truck's suspension over time was my biggest concern on the 2500, even though it towed it quite nicely bringing it home that first day.
Residential fridge and king bed were the biggest selling point.
When operating the driver's side slideouts, continue holding the switch for 5-10 seconds after the slide stops in either direction. That ensures the motors (rpm counters) stay sync'ed.
Because of the anticipated abuse from the "quality" of the Alaska Highway, I asked for better quality bearings. What I didn't expect was that after 9900 miles and 100 miles from home the brakes failed. Long story but apparently Lippert installed a cracked brake drum one of the axles. Warranty work? yes. I would have you ask that the running gear be inspected to ensure it's integrity.
Propane furnace by Dometic has had issues. Finally got it resolved after a year of constant failing to operate after a few days of functioning, then dealer doing a "reset". Replacing a bad "sail switch" and a new circuit board all on Dometic warranty.
We definitely enjoy our 321, and this forum has been a great tool in learning from other happy campers about our 5'er.
Hope you have many happy travels with it!
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Congratulations on your purchase. Hope you like it as much as we like ours!
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Hey Big1, Congrats. We bought a new 2018 321 RSTS in January last year, 2018. Took it on a few local shake down campouts. Took it to Alaska last Memorial Day through Labor day, over 10,000 miles RT from here in Tallahassee.

We have the Washer/Dryer unit installed, generator, larger propane tanks (40s) to feed it and all the propane consuming accessories (stove, water heater, propane furnace, outdoor grill connection). All that weight is up front and after delivery I discovered the hitch weight was more than the manufacturer's limit for our 2017 GMC 2500 Duramax. Upgraded to a 2018 GMC 3500 Dually Duramax and solved that problem. I encourage your to weigh your rig accurately AFTER all is loaded for whatever trip you first go on. Wear-and tear on the truck's suspension over time was my biggest concern on the 2500, even though it towed it quite nicely bringing it home that first day.
Residential fridge and king bed were the biggest selling point.
When operating the driver's side slideouts, continue holding the switch for 5-10 seconds after the slide stops in either direction. That ensures the motors (rpm counters) stay sync'ed.
Because of the anticipated abuse from the "quality" of the Alaska Highway, I asked for better quality bearings. What I didn't expect was that after 9900 miles and 100 miles from home the brakes failed. Long story but apparently Lippert installed a cracked brake drum one of the axles. Warranty work? yes. I would have you ask that the running gear be inspected to ensure it's integrity.
Propane furnace by Dometic has had issues. Finally got it resolved after a year of constant failing to operate after a few days of functioning, then dealer doing a "reset". Replacing a bad "sail switch" and a new circuit board all on Dometic warranty.
We definitely enjoy our 321, and this forum has been a great tool in learning from other happy campers about our 5'er.
Hope you have many happy travels with it!

Awesome info sir, I appreciated it seem like that most people that have bought these are happy with them, I've been trying to talk the wife in me getting a 1 ton but it is in the near future but for now this is what I can do. Wow, you do have a lot of weight up front and we will never load it or put as much items into it, nowhere near.


We only goes out about 4 to 5 times a year and most of those are going to be very short.
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Lol, that was the only thing I replaced in ours also. Love the max air, just wish I got the remote control, the DW can’t reach the controls.
I just reach up with the handle of my electric toothbrush, and push the button. Better than bringing in the step ladder!😀
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Lol, Welcome to JOF Crabcake.
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You will be fine with a 2500. I have pulled mine for over a year which included a 800 mile trip to FL. It pulls like a dream. I suggest you go to the cat scales when you get it and verify your weights are OK.
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Roger that RipinSC.
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Congrats on that Rig BigRed! And also thank you for your service from down here in South Georgia!
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Congrats on that Rig BigRed! And also thank you for your service from down here in South Georgia!



Thank you, did twenty-eight years in the Army and would do it again if I had to, pick up is Tuesday I will post pics.
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We have a 2019 321rsts on order. Should take delivery late February or early March. Looking forward to our first fifth wheel!
We also have one on ordered. Just asking have you received any updates on where they are on production. Thanks in advance.
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