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Old 02-19-2013, 08:47 PM   #21
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Thanks Forgvn77! I had wondered if it was one large tank or two...I'll just adjust my equalizer bars as needed.
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Old 03-08-2013, 06:55 AM   #22
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Spring is on its way Northern camper. Have fun with the new trailer when it arrives
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Old 03-08-2013, 03:59 PM   #23
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We are very much looking forward to our new 32TSBH! My wife and I were emptying out the ol' Springdale today......I can't believe how much stuff she had crammed in that thing! It was +3 today but 10-15cm of snow tomorrow I wish we could have parked the two trailers side by side to swap stuff but not gonna happen. It's a good time to go thru everything and 'purge'.
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Old 03-10-2013, 07:15 PM   #24
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Welcome!
We too just purchased the 32 tsbh and cannot wait to hit the road! We opted for the outdoor kitchen believing the trade off in space was worth this feature. We are also new to Jayco but had friends who swear by this brand...so in we dove! Happy camping and hopefully we can share our first year experiences on this forum.
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Old 03-10-2013, 09:12 PM   #25
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We did the same opting for the outdoor kitchen. It'll keep alot of the mess outside and help organize some clutter that doesn't need to be in the main kitchen. Do you have any idea what size fridge is mounted it the outdoor kitchen? I know it's 110v only so I'm curious to know if I can run it off a small inverter if need be and how much it would draw. Maybe not a good idea but I'm curious....
The rear bunk room will be great for the kids and family that always seem to "tag along"
Our first trip with our new trailer will be a 3 week journey from Ontario thru the US to Vancouver BC and back home. Can't wait!
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:09 PM   #26
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Cool

Wow! Your first excursion sounds fantastic! We are going to take several small trips before we head out west through Colorado for three weeks this summer.

We agree that the outdoor kitchen should save some fuss indoors when cooking...we hope! As for the outdoor refrigerator, I'm not sure about running on an inverter, being a newbie myself, and I will have to look up the cubic size of the fridge. Sorry.

We too were drawn to the bunk room for kids, dogs, and other loved ones who hopefully join us on our travels. We are very eager to get on the road, but local weather has been cold and slushy with few campgrounds open. We have read many experienced campers advise the first "shakedown" take place in your driveway, but unfortunately that is not an option for us. Tempted to ask our dealer if we can "camp" there just to get started! :hihi:

Hope to keep in touch and happy trails!
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Old 03-12-2013, 09:26 PM   #27
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Just curious as to what you would plug the inverter into while traveling down the road? We have the outside kitchen on our 29L and we both LOVE it and it has proven to be very handy, useful. You only lose one bunk and you gain extra coutertop space, and extra cabinet, fridge sink etc. With the dinette and the couch convertable into a sleeping area, we didn't hesitate to lose one bunk in the bunkhouse.
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Old 03-13-2013, 10:01 PM   #28
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I was pondering the thought of running a dedicated 12V supply from my truck to the trailer to run a small inverter to power the outdoor fridge and charge a few other things while in transit. I have a little 400W inverter that would work just not sure how much that little fridge would draw and if it's ok to be when in motion. I think the fridge is a 3.0 cubic ft Danby but I can't seem to find the elec requirements for it. Maybe i'll just wait till the trailer arrives and worry about it then and try it out
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Old 03-14-2013, 09:40 AM   #29
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Man o Man i was a year too early buying our 2012 32BHDS. I LOVED the 2 back slides on the TSBH but wanted the outdoor kitchen more. Now they have them both! O well we still love our camper!!
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Old 03-15-2013, 12:40 PM   #30
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Ya you just never know whats coming next year! I scoured the net for about a month and looked at it seems like a thousand floorplans. We kept coming back to this one......looking forward to the new TT!
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