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RE: 2007 Jayco 23B - LEDs Wanted

Yes I replace the tail light with these, they're much brighter than stock even in the daytime. http://commandelectronics.com/product/surface-mount-led-tail-light-upgrade-kits/ http://i1193.photobucket.com/albums/aa357/kampfitt/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_20141007_174557_799.jpg X's 2 on the tail lights from command. I did the same thing on my 05 and like them a lot. People can see your brakes during the day.
Jayco25E 03/31/15 11:04am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Hint and vent to guy laying in the road

True story.. A young man is driving his elderly arthritic mother somewhere when they get a flat.. he tells her to stay in the car and he will take care of it. Using due care and caution he successfully gets the flat off and starts putting the spare on but the hubcap accidently rolled out a couple of lanes in traffic. MaMa said "I'll get it Junior" (I am making up the stuff in quotes, He tells her NO, stay in the car I'll get it (That part I do remember) Well. She is the Mama after all, She's not going to let Junior tell her what to do. Speed limit is 55mph so of course the traffic is going closer to 75 and she shuffles out and SPLAT.. Just as my troopers arrived as well. (Good police response time I have to say). I always try to put the flat on the side of the rig NOT in traffic if possible, that way I do not have to lie in the road. But rather on the shoulder. That hubcap would still be on the highway if it was me. No hubcap worth walking out on a highway for.
Jayco25E 03/09/15 07:56am General RVing Issues
RE: Go to brands

I can not speak for others but Jayco does tend to use better wood in there cabinets My counter tops are Formica over pressed wood but the cabinets are real wood. And the cabinet doors are even tong and grooved put together.
Jayco25E 03/09/15 06:26am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Buying used hybrid

Its like any thing else it depends on how it was taken care of. For example my HTT is a 2005. It was two years old when we bought it in 07. We looked it over inside and out. It was taken care of really well in its first two years as it look like brand new. Fast forward to today in 2015 and it still looks like a new camper. As we take care of it. It gets covered in the winter time. Every spring it get going over everything is cleaned and inspected. Anything that looks warn out gets replaced. All seals on all doors get cleaned really well and if needed replaced. The number one thing that causes issues with used HTT's is water leaks. Keep the water out and all is good. There is nothing wrong with buying a 2005-2007 model but if you do not know what and where to look for when looking at a used HTT I would suggest taking someone along that does. But yes around the tent ends (seals, canvas, ext) are most important areas to look at with an HTT.
Jayco25E 02/27/15 11:57am Hybrid Travel Trailers
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