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Old 12-08-2014, 11:24 PM   #1
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Hot nor Cold nor Rust..

OK, after using the camper in 100 degree to 20 degree weather, about 6 trips since delivery in August. I am impressed.
The climate shield does its job.
I have owned between 25-30 RVs, class a, Class c, diesel pusher, fifth wheel and yes even pop-ups when they were truly a pop-up.
This Jayco is the best all weather camper we've ever owned. After getting it cooled down to 70 degrees when it was 100 outside we only needed main ac to maintain the temp. And when it was 20 degrees we only needed the fireplace elect heat to maintain 68 degrees. Floor was not cold and no felt drafts. No felt drafts and no cold floor was a first for us.
Again I am impressed.
One other thing is no found rust. I did crawl under and all over when new and spray everything that looked like it may rust with rust oleum products.
Now after 3 trips to the beach, two in a RV park about 500 ft from the water with a natural sand dune buffer and three days directly on the jetty, 15 ft from the water and spray, ran, fog etc. I found no rust. I normally find on awning parts and screws, scare lights, screws here and there...I have found none.
I did stop at a truck wash and sprayed it down good on this last Saturday.
I'm a happy camper.
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Old 12-09-2014, 06:43 AM   #2
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Thanks for posting, Tex! Always great to hear from a happy camper!
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Really glad to hear that also Tex. You should post some pictures of your trips. We would like to see your campsites.
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Really glad to hear that also Tex. You should post some pictures of your trips. We would like to see your campsites.
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