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Old 04-15-2012, 09:21 PM   #1
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2013 Jayco Eagle Travel Trailers

I just read on another site that the current lineup of Eagle travel trailers will be discontinued for the 2013 model year. The "Eagle Super Light" floorplans will then be rebranded as Eagle. Can anyone here confirm?

I have a 2011 324BHDS and am sorry to hear that it's being dropped. Although I've always wondered why they have a "super light" version 314BHDS that only weights 205 lbs less than mine.
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?...I've always wondered why they have a "super light" version 314BHDS that only weights 205 lbs less than mine.
it's all about the beans.
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Hey Bigdog - welcome to the forum. If you get a chance, come on over to the new member forum and introduce yourself!
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You must have a face lift, name change, new and improved label to keep up with the competition.
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You must have a face lift, name change, new and improved label to keep up with the competition.
Jayco IS the BigDog.....
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We are looking at a new 29BHS Eagle bunkhouse right now. We blew a CV joint in our Rover on the way to get up close at a dealership. Had to have it towed home (and some additional damage on the way ), then took another car back to the dealership. Looking at numbers now, but it looks like a good one, much nicer than similar Jay Flight models.
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Welcome to the forum, sprale. Sorry to hear about your Rover issues.
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