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Old 07-19-2013, 10:39 PM   #11
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I wish you never posted that link to the 2014 375 BHFS. The DW was sitting beside me when I was looking at the pics, and, well, let's just leave it at our new unit is suppose to come offline either August 6 or August 8. 2 problems is I really need to sell our 2012 365BHS within the next 3 weeks, and although my 3/4 ton Chevy Duramax towed our 365 without a problem, this new unit is a little longer and a little heavier. According to my calculations, I should be right at 1995lbs below my max weight. Going to be about a 10 hour pull from the dealer to our lot, so I'll take it easy and should be ok.
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:01 PM   #12
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If we had the TOW Vehicle... our TT wants to be the 375BHFS when it grows up LOL

Seriously, we would love to have this 5'er if we could upgrade the TT
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:51 PM   #13
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As a reminder, we have the 375 BHFS's lil brother (a 365BHS) currently listed in the For Sale section if anyone is interested. We would even be willing to come down a little more on the price just to sell the camper...
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:25 PM   #14
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Thanks for the replies. We have looked at the 365BHS but the loft does not work for us. As well we really want a full size outdoor kitchen. We just got back from the dealer to look at the 375BHFS!!! What a monster!!! But it most certainly hits everything on our want list other than the u shaped dinette (no clue as to why a trailer geared towards a family would have seating at the dinner table for only four people, some people have more than two kids). But I think we can over look the u shaped dinette considering everything else you get! The DW really loves the unit. Only problem is we gotta go buy a BIG truck to haul it and buy a trailer that costs twice as much as the first one that we have now. Maybe one day we can make it work. It is nice to see Jayco pull this one out. I was starting to think I might have to look at another manufacturer. We will see what the future has in store for us over the next year. Maybe Santa might drop one off this Christmas seeing that I have been such a good boy!
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Old 08-21-2013, 09:22 PM   #15
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This 375 is a beautiful unit. The only thing that is on the downside is the Length of 43.5 feet. The weight is probably manageable because you will probably never have 3200 lbs loaded in the trailer.

This will be a true test for the duramax if go that route.
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The Duramax would have no problem with this trailer.
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Gibby,

I wish you never posted that link to the 2014 375 BHFS. The DW was sitting beside me when I was looking at the pics, and, well, let's just leave it at our new unit is suppose to come offline either August 6 or August 8. 2 problems is I really need to sell our 2012 365BHS within the next 3 weeks, and although my 3/4 ton Chevy Duramax towed our 365 without a problem, this new unit is a little longer and a little heavier. According to my calculations, I should be right at 1995lbs below my max weight. Going to be about a 10 hour pull from the dealer to our lot, so I'll take it easy and should be ok.

Did you get it yet?? How do you like it?
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Old 08-23-2013, 04:42 PM   #18
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No family friendly 5'ers with the options

Holy moly! This is why my little travel trailer owning self doesn't come to the 5er section. That things incredible!
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