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Old 02-12-2016, 07:34 AM   #11
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Dealer can say all he wants, but Jayco is the one with the final say!
Since the dealer submits the warranty request, unless it is a frame issue, JAYCO would never find out.
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Old 02-12-2016, 08:31 AM   #12
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Since the dealer submits the warranty request, unless it is a frame issue, JAYCO would never find out.
And just out of curiosity, would Jayco not defer to Lippert on this anyway? Since they are the ones who actually warranty the frame?
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And just out of curiosity, would Jayco not defer to Lippert on this anyway? Since they are the ones who actually warranty the frame?
Probably if it's a frame or receiver failure, but the JAYCO paperwork says any mods could invalidate the entire warranty. That is why the dealer could really be a pita and refuse any more coverage. I know my dealer wouldn't so you need to have a good relationship with them.
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That is why I wanted the dealer to put it in writing that they would maintain the warranty in the event that Jayco said it had been voided. The dealer said they couldn't because they would have no control over what I hooked up to it and pulled. I'll be having more discussion on this topic with the dealer today at the Minneapolis RV Show.
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Old 02-12-2016, 12:37 PM   #15
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I want to see pictures of that all hooked up. That has to be one long setup. I am 60 ft bumper to bumper then 63 when I kick out the bike tray.
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Old 02-12-2016, 02:23 PM   #16
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3"senough, if you are talking about my rig, here it is. I think I am around 73" with all stuff hooked up.
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What you going to tow/stop all this with?
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65 feet in total length is typically the legal limit. In Alberta a triple tow is legal (providing fifth wheel attached to tow vehicle) but 65 feet is the maximum legal limit and is enforced.
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3"senough, if you are talking about my rig, here it is. I think I am around 73" with all stuff hooked up.
That's long. If the OP puts a 377 in the middle of that it would probably be over 80ft.

Must be fun backing up to connect the boats.
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Well, I don't have a camera on the back of the FW, but I do have a wonderful wife/helper who stands back by the tongue and tries to direct me to the proper placing. Sometimes it works well and sometimes we have to make two or three tries. So far, in 22 years we have gotten it done every time and are still married.
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