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Old 02-08-2016, 12:31 PM   #1
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Love my Eagle

In 2013 we bought our Eagle fifth wheel. To this day I absolutely love it...it's a 31.5RLTS. We spend about 30 to 40 days a year camping and we have traveled thousands of miles in it. Had some minor repairs which the dealer fixed. Did some mods....Nacho makes a good product.
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Old 02-08-2016, 01:12 PM   #2
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Glad to hear that, an Eagle 5'er is in our future.
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Old 02-08-2016, 05:04 PM   #3
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Ditto

We also have a 2013 Eagle, the 29.5RKS. Do a bunch of travelling in it, including trips to Washington coast for crabbing, if I catch the inference in your screen name. We've already booked stay next fall at Nehalum.
Likewise, all repairs were minor and handled expertly by our dealer here in Missoula. The last warranty work was replacing the entire rear wall due to the beginnings of delamination. Jayco stepped right up, shipped new wall and the dealer did a great job, as far as we can tell.
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That should've been Jayco....phone didn't recognize Jayco and changed it to nachos...Which I also love
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Don't you just love the spell check programs! LOL. We also have an Eagle 5th wheeler, and just love it. Go out at least once a month, so keep it on the road pretty much. Has really been smooth sailing after the first couple of shake down trips. Had some major problems up front but the dealer took care of all that very expeditiously! Just minor wear and tear since, including leaking TV antenna now. Looking at my options of just replacing the batwing with some newer technology!
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Glad to hear that, an Eagle 5'er is in our future.
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I Don't have an Eagle 5'er, but a 2013 266-RKS bumper-pull. I've had it for two years, now, and have been full-timing in it for the last year+1/2. I couldn't agree with you more! The quality, craftsmanship, and "amenities" in the Eagle continue to impress me every day! And, Jayco continues to "upgrade" them every year. Mine has only needed three very minor repairs, that Jayco and my dealer took care of without problems.

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Nachos? I like nachos.
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We spend at least 4 months a year in our Eagle 361 REQS. We really like the unit. We did have several minor warranty issues to fix. the only one that took a lot of time was the repainting of the front cap due to fading of the gel coat. Hope to enjoy several more years of use.
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I am glad to hear most are happy with their Eagles. I was going to get the JayFlight 34RSBS but after researching prices and doing some shopping, I decided to upgrade to the Eagle 330RSTS. I will be spending a LOT of time in it the first year and I wanted to be comfortable.
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