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Old 03-13-2015, 10:47 PM   #11
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We go in tomorrow to see what they are going to give us for our grayhawk 31ss and then make a offer on it. We did go to seasonal lot this year and are sure we will stay seasonal
it has 4 tvs . we really liked the kitchen living area lay out
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Old 03-14-2015, 12:18 AM   #12
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Good luck. You're just across the river from me. Are you looking at Thompson RV?
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Old 03-14-2015, 09:19 PM   #13
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it has 4 tvs . we really liked the kitchen living area lay out
Well we got more than we were expecting for our grayhawk and came to a deal on the camper. The service at Thompson was great absolutely no pressure at all. Highly recommend them to anyone looking at campers.
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Old 03-14-2015, 09:25 PM   #14
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Congratulations. It was great weather here today to look. I was able to wash and wax the front cap on mine this afternoon. I looked for your Greyhawk at the dealership when we drove by this morning, but couldn't see it through all their inventory.
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Old 03-18-2015, 08:11 PM   #15
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I have a 2015 375. The layout and feel was by far the best I found after looking at tons of trailers. We bought it because it has four bunks in the second bedroom and enough room for all of us to watch a movie in the living room too. Many of the other bunkhouses don't have enough comfortable seats in the living room to gather if you want. We use the trailer in the winter so we gather indoors maybe more than others would if using during the summer months. That being said, I think I got a lemon. I've needed mobile RV service the last two times I took it out. It was in the shop for 70 days the first time and I just dropped it off again today. After doing a lot of research most people love their Jayco, so I'm inclined to say that my problems are isolated.
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I have a 2015 375. The layout and feel was by far the best I found after looking at tons of trailers. We bought it because it has four bunks in the second bedroom and enough room for all of us to watch a movie in the living room too. Many of the other bunkhouses don't have enough comfortable seats in the living room to gather if you want. We use the trailer in the winter so we gather indoors maybe more than others would if using during the summer months. That being said, I think I got a lemon. I've needed mobile RV service the last two times I took it out. It was in the shop for 70 days the first time and I just dropped it off again today. After doing a lot of research most people love their Jayco, so I'm inclined to say that my problems are isolated.
OK, I'll bite, please don't make me regret it. What type of problems do you have? There aren't that many 2015s yet.

Also, like you we do a fair bit of cold weather camping. I'm in the middle of adding water shut off valves so I can isolate the rear plumbing so winterizing is easier.
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My wife and I just picked ours up 3 days ago. The first problem we have had so far is the track that the shower doors sit in leaked the first shower we took. There was plenty of caulking on the side by the sink but the toilet side did and water came from where the two pieces of metal fold if that makes sense. I just got a little tube of bathroom caulking and fixed it myself not a big deal but thats the first thing.

I am also in the process of setting up a sewer solution so that I can dump everything at once while. I will post a pictures on how I did it. I am making it so that I can just unscrew everything once my wife has the twins and we travel to visit our folks in O.K. and A.Z.

Oh almost forgot the dealership still owes us a new radio because the one we have doesn't work. The part is on order just waiting for it to come in.
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I have a 2015 375. The layout and feel was by far the best I found after looking at tons of trailers. We bought it because it has four bunks in the second bedroom and enough room for all of us to watch a movie in the living room too. Many of the other bunkhouses don't have enough comfortable seats in the living room to gather if you want. We use the trailer in the winter so we gather indoors maybe more than others would if using during the summer months. That being said, I think I got a lemon. I've needed mobile RV service the last two times I took it out. It was in the shop for 70 days the first time and I just dropped it off again today. After doing a lot of research most people love their Jayco, so I'm inclined to say that my problems are isolated.
Welcome to the forum.

Sorry to hear you're having problems with your new trailer. Like BeachRetreat said, please provide some specifics on your problem(s). That information could help others in this forum.
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I am also in the process of setting up a sewer solution so that I can dump everything at once while. I will post a pictures on how I did it. I am making it so that I can just unscrew everything once my wife has the twins and we travel to visit our folks in O.K. and A.Z.
Can you elaborate on that? You've piqued my curiosity. Thanks
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Can you elaborate on that? You've piqued my curiosity. Thanks
until i can get some pictures taken and posted. I went to my local camper store (CSRA Camperland) and bought two adapters that go right over our RV sewer pipes. On one end it has the hooks to go around the nipples and the other end is threaded. Then I went to Home Depot and bought two pieces of 3"x10' sewer pipe. One 3" 90 degree and one 3" T adaptor. the last thing I bought was two 3" to a threaded adaptor. Once put all together I can take it off and on in less then a minute. I will have everything done this weekend and I will post some pictures.
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