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Old 12-23-2015, 03:11 PM   #1
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Larger water tank on baja edition of slx 154bh?

I am considering buying my first travel trailer and am very interested in the Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH. It will be for a family of 4 (2 small kids). I know it is small, but I like the thought of my first trailer being more compact for storage and towing. I also like the 154 vs the new 174 because you actually get a larger dinette if you want to sit inside - even though I don't plan on spending too much time inside. I know it's not a dedicated bed, but I think we can work with it. I think we will do a fair amount of dry camping though, so I am a little concerned about the 10 Gal fresh water tank.

So, my question is about the fresh water capacity. It looks like the baja model comes with a larger tank, but on the jayco website it is a little confusing. Here's what it says: "Large Fresh Water Tank (20 Gallon on 17C & 17D, 30 Gallon on 17E& 17F)". So, can someone tell me if the 154BH baja edition comes with the 20Gal fresh water tank instead of the normal 10Gal?

Any other advice for someone who's never owned any sort of camper trailer before would be greatly appreciated - especially advice on buying and dealing with dealers.

Thank you very much,

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Old 12-23-2015, 03:29 PM   #2
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Found these specs from a dealer listing for the baja, it says 26 gallons which is probably a 20 gallon tank and 6 in the water heater.

2016 154BH BAJA EDITION Specifications
Sleeps 4
Length 17 ft 10 in
Ext Width 7 ft 1 in
Ext Height 9 ft 9 in
Int Height 6 ft 1 in
Interior Color WHITE
Exterior Color GRAY
Hitch Weight 305 lbs
Gross Weight 3200 lbs
Dry Weight 2540 lbs
Cargo Weight 660 lbs
Fresh Water Capacity 26 gals
Grey Water Capacity 15 gals
Black Water Capacity 9 gals

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Old 12-23-2015, 03:33 PM   #3
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Thanks, Sundancer.

That's what I was hoping to see, just couldn't find those details. The sales guy at the dealer didn't seem to know much about it ether.

Thanks again,
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