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Old 05-10-2013, 03:36 PM   #31
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Congratulations! Now you've got some serious equipment - Enjoy.

p.s. I live about 45 min from the folks at All Seasons. I believe they are related to TerryTown RV - where I've bought 3 Jaycos in the past. Good people.
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:10 PM   #32
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Truck issue solved!!!!

2011 f250 super duty super crew 4x4 diesel
Nice, now drag it back to MI and we can camp together, but if I wake up in yours because I was drunk don't shoot me. Lol
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Old 05-11-2013, 05:52 PM   #33
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Actually you bring up a good point, if I'm ever fortunate enough to ever bump into any of you at a campground, my beer is always your beer. And being Canadian, we pack lots.
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Old 05-12-2013, 05:05 PM   #34
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monte, decided I was going to look at my manual (not a lot of info on our unit) but went looking for the hole to use a drill driver to put in the slides in case the motor fails.. Well their is no hole and I had to make a 1inch hole in the lower left to access .. figure the factory would do this for us but I guess they forgot...idiots.... and while I was in the front I cleaned the sawdust they left behind (lots) and found the battery box was installed backwards.. I tell you. for the price we pay at least they could get something right at least once. my brakes were 1/4 inch from contact with the drum.. I though it was a pain to stop and the dealer said it was all good ( voltage ) but I guess they never looked at the measurment of the brake pads...
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Old 05-12-2013, 06:09 PM   #35
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I will check for that first thing in the morning. Saw the sawdust too. It's everywhere. Went through most systems today and they seem ok. Won't know until after this weekend. Did notice one drain spout mounted wrong that pours rainwater down the side of the trailer, and a gap in the caulking along the roof that I patched up.
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we had the dealer do the same when we picked up in the fall, lots of areas that needed caulking (missing or peeling) at the roof seam. but could of been from lack of prep or just missed
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Old 05-21-2013, 07:24 AM   #37
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First camping weekend is in the books. 3 nights, each of them at or below freezing. Systems all worked perfectly. Tankless water Hester took a minute to get used to but once you know not to touch the cold water tap in the shower, it's fine. Kids loved the blue LED cat eyes lights in the front cap. Lets them find the trailer in the dark. Storage was amazing. Was able to stuff everything possible in that trailer, including 2 bicycles in the front compartment, with no issues.
2nd entry door to kids bathroom is a nice touch. Slept great on the queen bed.....the rounded bedroom is perfect for me (6 foot 5)....able to get up, walk around, change into work clothes etc.
ill sacrifice bathroom space for that anytime.
It's not like we need a tub.
Wondering if anyone out there has added shelving or hooks,etc in the entryway to put odds and ends. That bare wall, with only the square cabinet door hiding the light and slide switches, could use a little more versatility.
Also like the dark colored awning, easier to keep "looking" clean.
Only had 30amp power supply and zero issues whatsoever.
Outside kitchen was very nice......only thing missing was a sink. (Our Spree travel trailer had one)
Think that about covers it!
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we also like the blue lights, not many out there with them
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:11 PM   #39
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The caulking around my outside kitchen is a MESS. I'd post a pic but can't figure out how. I seem to have read many posts from guys who have this issue. The trailer works great, all systems are a go. But if you walk around and look closely at the caulking, it's like a blind man did it in the wind. I'm almost embarrassed for Wildcat. I really feel this needs to be taken care of at the factory level. Someone HAS to be responsible for this job.
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