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Old 08-21-2012, 09:05 AM   #1
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any other X26 P Owners here?


We just traded our 1007 in for a new 2011 X26P that our dealer still have on the lot and was somewhat giving away.

Are there any other X26 owners here?

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Old 08-21-2012, 10:49 AM   #2
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We also bought a new 2011 in the spring of this year for what I think was a very good price. I have already added a bike rack to the front and a 5x5 pvc fence post for a sewer hose holder on the bumper. We usually camp with several other families and our trailer is usually the one the kids migrate to because of the interior room.I love the back slide. I am 6ft tall and have lots of room. I pull with a 2007 toyota tundra crewmax and it pulls great with the equalizer hitch. The trailer has been a great upgrade from our old pop up which I sold in one day online. We have camped about 25 days so far this year and are still working on finding the right place for everything in the trailer. Going from a pop up this trailer is amazing.
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Old 08-21-2012, 04:01 PM   #3
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I think that sure has some serious room inside with the kitchen table slide and the rear bed slide. I looked at that model when I was looking at the X213 model a couple years back...

Should do you guys great... I liked the idea of using the rear bed slide when traveling at a overnite place. You can sleep on the bed with it not extended. We didnt have any kids to worry about so other big plans was to gut-out the bunk area and make it into a office desk with hutch for my radio room and computer/office room and still keep some 20-inches for storage just inside the bicycle door.

Did alot of looking but never went anywhere with it... I think that series along with its little brother the X213 is a well balanced JAYCO trailer for going down the road...

I guess the 26P got dropped from the line-up for 2012... I think JAYCO has a bigger or better motor setup for the rear bed slide. Some of them don't stay level over time and droop down when extended which JAYCO has a fix for it. Some do and some don't... The hugh bedroom slide is a pretty big thing to accomplish on its rails because it fully extends out unlike the other bed slides which only go out two feet or so....

I'm sure you gonna love this trailer - perfect size for moving around when being pulled.
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