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Old 01-22-2016, 11:02 AM   #11
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things I wish they would change:
-longer bed!!! Im 6'3". but I manage..I sleep in a ball anyways.
Hint - we put a standard queen topper on the queen short bed. Not only is DH much happier with the length, but the bed is softer, standard bedding fits, and we effectively consumed that stupid bit of space between the end of the original mattress and the entertainment center! It is still easy to open the storage box beneath the bed and that space at the foot of the bed podium is great for stashing our computer bags, etc..
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Old 01-22-2016, 12:38 PM   #12
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You did not say if this is your first RV, but if it is, Buyer Be ware. Someone posted this video a while back, and I think every buyer of a camper/RV should watch this before buying.

I think most campers are manufactured to look very nice, as cheaply as possible (debatable, but you get my point). I think being prepared can help avoid future frustration when issues arise.

I have owned 2 jayco campers. I have a new camper on order now, not a jayco. Mostly because jayco did not have the floor plan we liked...
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Old 01-26-2016, 08:42 AM   #13
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Our first camper, TT is a 2013 28DSBH, we love it. Put a memory foam topper on the mattress. Our 2 yr old loves the bottom bunk and will move to the top as his little sister will now take over the bottom this summer. We bought it used fall of 2014 and have had zero issues to note. I do like the 2nd door directly into the bathroom. Tows well behind the truck.
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Note, I also installed the screen door protector to keep the kid from pushing through the screen, but to this day, I haven't figured out how to re-inforce the latch keeping the door shut =-['
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Old 01-26-2016, 07:17 PM   #15
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If you're looking for a bunk house check out the Jayflight SLX 287BHSW.
We are very satisfied with ours.
It doesn't have a separate room for the bunks but still provides plenty of privacy.
When we were looking for a TT we had a used TT budget. At $17,500 new the 287BHSW was perfect for us!
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I have the 2015 27DSRL and love it. The quality is outstanding and the trailer is well built. I highly recommend Jayco.
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