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Old 09-26-2015, 10:50 AM   #1
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Question Thinking about purchasing White Hawk TT

We currently own a Jay Feather hybrid. We've taken a month long trip with it and liked it. However, we going to go to Florida for a month next winter and would like a lager floor plan. We've been looking pretty hard at a White Hawk 24RKS. Does anyone own one and would tell us how you like it? Also, has anyone else moved up from a hybrid and can give some advice?

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Old 09-27-2015, 04:17 PM   #2
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We have that whitehawk and live it. Perfect size not to big and lots of storage. Ask anything? We are on a trip from wisconsin started after labor day and going to arizona for winter. In lake of the ozarks now for a month. Fun times.
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Old 09-27-2015, 06:17 PM   #3
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We are also retirees and have a 23MRB. We love the space that the Murphy bed provides.
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Old 09-28-2015, 09:47 AM   #4
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Thanks for the info. Can you tell me how long you have owned the 24rks and have you had any problems?
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Not the WH model you are looking at, but have had it a year and love it - the floorplan works well for us. A few warranty issues, but Jayco and the dealer have been great in addressing them. Thumbs-up! (closest emoticon I could find)
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We bought last sept. So 1 year. Tbe tv started getting lines on it. They replaced with new. No problem. The slideout has small tear in rubber and they will replace when we get back to wisconsin next summer. Otherwise no problems and those were small. We just love it.
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Thanks for all replies. Really appreciate the info.
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Old 09-30-2015, 09:55 AM   #8
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My wife and I are both retired and have had our 24RKS for about a year and a half. We had an X17Z before this one.

We haven't had any problems yet. We are not fans of the crank out frameless windows. They do not provide good air flow, especially the one in the bedroom. If you camp only on electric sites then the AC will keep you cool. We do a lot of dry camping and the bedroom does get stuffy. We are planning on having a Fan-Tastic fan installed in the bathroom next year to draw cool air in through the windows.

The trailer is easy to tow and there is more than enough storage for us. The slide out is not very deep and the couch is small. Other than that we are happy with the trailer.
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My wife and I are both retired and have had our 24RKS for about a year and a half. We had an X17Z before this one.

We haven't had any problems yet. We are not fans of the crank out frameless windows. They do not provide good air flow, especially the one in the bedroom. If you camp only on electric sites then the AC will keep you cool. We do a lot of dry camping and the bedroom does get stuffy. We are planning on having a Fan-Tastic fan installed in the bathroom next year to draw cool air in through the windows.

The trailer is easy to tow and there is more than enough storage for us. The slide out is not very deep and the couch is small. Other than that we are happy with the trailer.
We agree with the windows and plan on doing the same as far as the fan in the bathroom. First project next spring before we go out.
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We considered the 24RKS also. I liked the outside storage, but the inside felt a bit cramped in the living area. We opted for the Jayflight 26RKS.
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