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Old 01-05-2019, 02:22 PM   #1
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Any 2019 White Hawk owners out there?

We are seriously considering pulling the trigger on a 2019 White Hawk 32 KBS this weekend and I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this model or general 2019 White Hawk experience you'd like to share.

Overall I've been pleased with my 2014 WH and Jayco in general.

Thanks, Collin
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The 2019 White Hawk 32KBS is a nice trailer, curious what are you towing it with?
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Old 01-05-2019, 06:54 PM   #4
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Our 28RL has been great so far! Half a dozen trips with it so far with no snags. Wish you well with your purchase.
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Thanks, Wow 6 trips in a 2019 TT! That's a lot of camping. Happy for you!
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I have a 29BH WH. Its been good so far. I have 6 trips so far. I have about 3,000 miles on trailer already. Its been good so far. I have SN 52. I had most of a season already in mine.

I brought it in to shop to fix some trim issues and a recall.(I am service manager at a dealer) Also had fridge door replaced due to me not closing it all the way. It flew open while towing and broke my TV; it also broke the hinge on freezer door. I wont make that mistake again.

I think White Hawks are a pretty good trailer from Jayco. When we sell them here, they dont come back as much as the jayflights. When they do, its usually small stuff.

I think a big difference from your 2014 to a new one is the floor. I believe they went with thicker plywood in 2015.

Good luck if you pull the trigger.
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Good to know because the way the floor flexes in my 2014 drives me nuts.

Credit app is in...trigger has been pulled!

Since you mentioned a broken fridge...the bottom hinge on our fridge door broke a couple of days ago while we were camping. It was the plastic pin hole on the door itself not the metal bracket. Have you ever seen that before? No mishap involved. As far as I know it's never been left open or anything while moving.
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Congrats!

Unfortunately the floor still might flex. I have two spots that are in-between the frame spars. I can feel the floor bounce a bit. Sometime in the future I plan on putting more support between the frame spars. I found it to be on the other 29BHs we have in the lot as well. Its right where you would stand when doing dishes (go figure). Next time I bring in it I think Ill tackle that part.

I think your 2014 fridge might be a Norcold. Your new one will be a Dometic. I think the Dometic fridges have less problems. They feel a bit cheaper but they don't seem to come in as often for not working. I have seen many broken parts on fridges. If you traded your old one in, I am sure the dealer will fix it before they sell it. If not they should be able to get you the parts.
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Thanks, Wow 6 trips in a 2019 TT! That's a lot of camping. Happy for you!
Yah we camp almost every weekend through Nov 1.
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Canít comment on a 2019 unit, but our 2018 RL has been fairly good. Nice trailer and good floor plan. I felt pretty uncomfortable towing our trailer with my Tundra CreMax even though it was rated for 10,400 with a cargo rating of 1,387. Worst case I was about 1,000 to the good, but driving in Arizona was simply too uncomfortable.
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