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Old 02-23-2024, 04:52 PM   #1
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New Jayco... to me.

My wife and I just purchased an exceptionally clean and barely used looking 2003 Jayflight 27BH.

We've had it a week so far and I'm giving it a good once over before spring comes. The tires are original, date code is 1203!!! Must have been before china bombs!

Everything seems to be in good shape and I'm figuring it all out. It's been at least 25 years since I've been in a camper.

My main question is, what's this for? It's a bracket located on the door side in front of the awning. My first assumption was that it's for a table, but it seems kind of low and small for that. Also, it wouldn't be covered by the awning. It looks to be original since the rubber bumpers under it match ones I found in the dinette.
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Old 02-23-2024, 05:37 PM   #2
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Probably a grill or stove. There seems to be a quick disconnect for propane right below it.
Also..
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Welcome to the Forum from Western New York State!

What Grumpy said. There are outside grills that will attach to that bracket. We kept an outside stove to hook to ours, then I made a side table for it by extending that bracket.

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Old 02-24-2024, 07:38 AM   #4
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Thanks for the welcome and ideas. Where would I find the mating part for that bracket?
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Old 02-24-2024, 08:40 AM   #5
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Thanks for the welcome and ideas. Where would I find the mating part for that bracket?
I wouldn't bother looking for just one side. Buy the set and replace the one on the trailer too.

Any dealer, or https://www.jaycorvparts.com/ or Amazon

https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Tabl...s%2C263&sr=8-5
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Hereís the bracket youíll probably need and you might find one on eBay. Making a shelf is a nice addition. ( this is not my trailer)
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Welcome to Jayco Owner's Forum from New Hampshire.
In case you need it, I've attached the 2003 JayFlight Owner's Manual.
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Welcome to Jayco Owner's Forum from New Hampshire.
In case you need it, I've attached the 2003 JayFlight Owner's Manual.
The owners manual is now available in the Manual section of the forum. Thanks
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If the original stove top is in the RV then it may have the metal channel on the back. If it does, look below the stove for a quick release ( may have a gas shut off). It either lifts straight up or tilts up to release to take it outside and hook over the C channel. In my case, the table had the same but only one on the outside. There may also be folding leg that attaches to the cooktop when used outside.
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I definitely don't have a separate grill in the camper, unless you mean the 3 burner stove top (which I doubt). I'll look underneath for a propane connection, but the main line goes down the opposite side of the camper.

Also, it looks like there's some rot behind the lower rear awning mount. I guess I'll try longer lag bolts and hope for the best or I'll have to put something back there to sure it up. Then caulk it up again. I tried tightening the bolts and they're bearly holding on!
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I have had luck drilling out the rot and filling it with pig putty. It is a 2 part sandable and drillable epoxy.if larger screws don’t work. There usually isn’t anything to screw to behind the fiberglass. I had the bracket on my 2002 and it was for an optional mini grill. I did not order the grill when I ordered the trailer, but still got the bracket
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I have the bracket. If you want it, it’s yours. I’m in Southern Ontario so would have to figure out how to get it to you.
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I have the bracket. If you want it, itís yours. Iím in Southern Ontario so would have to figure out how to get it to you.
Thanks, but since this one is not under the awning I would probably be better off getting a complete set and putting someplace more useful!
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