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Old 08-16-2022, 07:59 PM   #1
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Jayco "Western Edition" units are sold in the West. What exactly is the difference between the West Edition and the non-west edition? Are the built differently? Do they have different options? If so what are the build and/or option differences?
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Go to the Jayco website and select a Western State and then in a second tab open the website and select an Eastern State. Select a model and then click on Build and Price. Different options and different prices, some as much as $3000 or more.


I assume the delivery fees are also different based on the mileage from the factory.
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Old 08-17-2022, 11:48 AM   #4
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The biggest difference I noticed in a quick look is the Western edition is 7ft wide vs the regular 8ft wide trailer
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Old 08-17-2022, 12:09 PM   #5
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The biggest difference I noticed in a quick look is the Western edition is 7ft wide vs the regular 8ft wide trailer
Losing a foot in trailer width is quite a bit. Need to check this out, folks. Haven't found anything on the internet, but haven't looked very far.
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The biggest difference I noticed in a quick look is the Western edition is 7ft wide vs the regular 8ft wide trailer
Possibly on some models but not all. Our 212QBW is 8 feet just like the non-W edition.
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I've seen some with a mountain scape decal, but it does not seem like there's anything really significant. Are there suspension packages, solar packages, or chassis enhancements? I'm beginning to think it's marketing more than anything, but Jayco sure makes a point of it when you search RVs on their site.
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2017 212QBW here. 2nd owner. Original owner said he went to OK from MS specifically to get a western edition because it came with the 15K btu A/C instead of the standard 13.5K btu A/C unit. There were a few other minor differences but I can't recall what he said they were. I had asked him how someone in MS came by the western edition.
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I'm in Arizona and have a 2022 212QBW Rocky Mountain Edition (RME) with Baja lift. I thought the insulated underbelly was a part of the RME, but it's a part of the standard Customer Value Package (CVP). The question would be is the CVP different for Western and non-Western? I can't find anything specific on Western other than I remember our sales person said the Western editions come standard with the insulated/enclosed underbelly.

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2nd fresh water tank for total of 80 gallons (we only boondock)
Decorative lighting (basically a blue LED light strip in the bedroom)
8 CuFt gas/electric refridgerator (6 CuFt standard in CVP)
Pull-out kitchen faucet with sprayer
Sink cover and rolling drying rack
Bathroom medicine cabinet
Porcelain toilet (Plastic standard in the CVP)
Color-keyed bedspread and pillows. (we ditched these)
Different exterior graphics (nobody cares)

Baja Lift Package (ID build units):
Two 30 lbs propane bottles (Two 20 lbs standard in the CVP)
Flipped axle for clearance/height
Off-road Goodyear Wrangler Load E tires (upgrade from Goodyear Endurance in the CVP))
Step Above MoRryde triple step system

Other Options Not in a Package We Could Select: (we selected all of these listed)
15,000 BTU a/c unit
Solar power 100w rooftop mount and controller
24in tv
Propane port for outside grill

CVP (Mandatory, no owner selectable options)
Front diamond plate
6 gal gas/electric water heater
Spare tire
Power awning with LEDs
Exterior speakers
Stabilizer jacks
Water heater bypass
JaySmart exterior lighting
Power tongue jack
Black tank flush
Window shades
3 burner stove and oven with glass top
Microwave
Range hood
Thermal package insulation (insulated and enclosed underbelly, foil insulation in roof)(ID build units)
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Our 8' wide 2019 Jayco 264 BHW Western Edition extras are similar to "66lincoln".

2nd freshwater tank for total of 84 gallons (we have two 42 gal tanks)
8 CuFt gas/electric refrigerator
Pull-out kitchen faucet with sprayer
Sink cover and rolling drying rack
Bathroom medicine cabinet
Porcelain toilet (I love this one!)
Different exterior graphics (really?!? didn't notice)
Two 7-gal, 30 lbs propane bottles

There are additional options that came with our trailer but not sure what package they are part of.
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The biggest difference I noticed in a quick look is the Western edition is 7ft wide vs the regular 8ft wide trailer
SLX 7 is 7' no matter where it is produced, Indiana or Idaho.
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