Shopping and Scared Now...

Discussion in 'PopOut (Hybrids)' started by NJDrummer, Feb 24, 2018.

  1. neighbormike

    neighbormike Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations! Glad you found the trailer that's right for you!
     
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    Shaman1 Well-Known Member

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    Congrats on getting what you wanted.
     
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    emoney Well-Known Member

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    Kudos to you guys for your patience and not "settling". And, thanks for updating the thread!
     
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    Athomeinthpines New Member

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    Congrats on the new trailer! We were in the same boat and it took us months to find what we wanted used. Hope you got to use it a couple of times the end of your rving year.
     
  5. leningradka

    leningradka Spending a small fortune to live like homeless guy

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    Hey NJDrummer, so how do you like the Jayco? pro's/con's? Anything to look for?
     
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    We love it. That said, there are a few cons. I’ll list them first:

    No drawers. Not.A.Single.One.

    The dump hose tube doesn’t fit a dump hose. We store the dump hose in a bucket with a cover, and a black water only garden hose in the dump hose tube.

    The back bunk gets chilly since it is mostly behind the bathroom wall.

    The dinette table has a bullnose that extends into the walkway. I have bruised hips when it’s up and bruised shins when it’s stowed.

    It’s fine for two adults and small kids. Very cramped once the kids grow -as kids do -or of you invite other adults.

    Pros:

    Light to tow.

    Easy to set up.

    Comfy bunks.

    Excellent fridge, oven and cooktop. And, much to my chagrin because I swore I wouldn’t use it, microwave. That’s excellent, too.

    We really like it a lot. No, we love it!!
     

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