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Old 02-20-2014, 05:32 PM   #1
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Question Is my Jayco 341 RLTS......

Is my Jayco 341 RLTS a 4 season RV? I was told at the dealer it was. It sure is cold out here in the Colorado Mountains!
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Old 02-20-2014, 06:25 PM   #2
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Do you have thermal pane windows and the polar package?
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What is 4 season in a rv? You can only get so much insulation in the skinny walls. Just my 2 cents.
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Old 02-21-2014, 07:21 AM   #4
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to me, a 4 season rv is one that either has tank heaters or better yet a heated basement. Dual pane windows are nice and we have them on our current unit but we camped in a motorhome with single pane windows, in temperatures in the single digits with no problems. One of the biggest problems with winter camping is not using the propane furnace. Several people that I know have run into problems by using supplemental cube heaters not realizing the the propane heat needs to be turned up to a comfortable level in order to heat the basement and keep the tanks and lines from freezing. On our old motorhome, the pump was in a compartment that wasn't insulated very well. We put a 60 watt bub in the compartment when the temp went below 15 degrees and never had a problem.

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Do you have thermal pane windows and the polar package?
I dont know cuz I just bought this about 1 month a go That is why I"m asking. I guess I could call Jayco and give them the Vin#
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If you have possession of the trailer you can look at the windows and see double vs single pane (thickness) and there would be a label near the door stating thermal package. Not sure what year trailer you have but guessing 2008 which would have enclosed & heated underbelly but, no tank heaters and likely single pane windows as I think Jayco saved those for Designer and Pinnacle lines.
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I dont know cuz I just bought this about 1 month a go That is why I"m asking. I guess I could call Jayco and give them the Vin#
Are you sure it's a 341? I haven't heard of that one. On our 351 right next to the entry door on the left by the grab handle there is a sticker that says "Polar Package"
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Are you sure it's a 341? I haven't heard of that one. On our 351 right next to the entry door on the left by the grab handle there is a sticker that says "Polar Package"
Yep 08 341 RLQS and I see no Sticker thaty sez polar
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IIRC, there was not a "polar package" option on 2008 Eagle models. Dual pane windows were an option as I ordered mine with them. The easiest way to tell dual pane vs regular on a 2008 is if the bottom pane cranks out they are single pane. If they are horizontal sliders they are likely dual pane.
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