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Old 05-17-2016, 02:09 PM   #1
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2012 jayco x23j jay feather. Coupler height

Can anyone tell what the coupler height is? I can't believe this isn't standard info. It doesn't change
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Old 05-17-2016, 04:11 PM   #2
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Welcome to the JOF.

Sorry I don't have an answer to your specific question. Hopefully someone in the group will have a similar trailer and an answer for you.

Coupler height varies due to trailer frame differences, how the coupler is attached to the frame ('on top' or 'underneath') and the suspension of the trailer (some trailer frames are higher off the ground than others due to slides etc.).
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thanks I called camping world - they are a jayco dealer - the guy told me 25" seems a bit high - that's ground to where the ball would go
I am a bit leary of camping world info
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My memory seems to think my 2011 23J had a coupler height of 22 inches.
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sweet - my truck is a 2013 Nissan titan crew cab 4x4 with a 22" truck receiver height
I bought a mount draw with a 2" drop which with a 22" trailer coupler height it should be fine - 22" sounds about right I have had problems with camping world and try not to buy a lot of stuff with them - poor customer service with a brake controller I had installed in my last vehicle a few years ago

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Old 05-17-2016, 07:34 PM   #6
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I have a Jayco 23b . My question is when thr camper is not pluged in and every thing is off the battery panel shows 2/3rd but when i turn the lights on it shows empty whu\y
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I have a Jayco 23b . My question is when thr camper is not pluged in and every thing is off the battery panel shows 2/3rd but when i turn the lights on it shows empty whu\y
2/3 is really not very well charged. With no load on the batteries, the gauge may be giving you a "false positive". Charge the battery and see if it improves. Also the battery may just have lived out it's life and need replacing.
Also, the battery connections may need cleaning, if dirty/corroded they may allow enough current through to make the gauge register, but not enough to run the lights, causing the meter to drop to empty.
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did your 2011 x23J have a slide with manual control if you didn't have battery power

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