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mrnoyb

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Posted: 02/21/12 10:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bama bluejay

Thank you for the prompt reply. When you have a moment please post the GVWR and vehicle weight leaving the factory numbers from the weight labels of your new White Hawk.

Thanks again for all the info!


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Like they all say if it has a small wheel under the hitch then it must be light weight haha...

Congrats on the new trailer. I see the JAYCO home page was running a sweepsstakes the other day for the new WHITE HAWKS... Someone gonna win a free one I guess... I didnt think JAYCO was ever going to get all the info out on the new trailer. Sure took forever...


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Hope this answers your question. unloaded vehicle weight 5505. GVWR weight-7500 lbs. Dry hitch weight- 615 lbs. Label stated the cargo weight should never exceed 1619 lb. Full load of fresh water 384 lb. Ours didn't come with the hitch wheel. Light weight wasn't a factor in our purchase. Our TV is 4 door dodge diesel 2500 with 6 speed straight shift. Seems more stable with the wide wheel axles.

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I too am looking at the new white hawks. Not sure if one of the 26's or the 27. No kids so sleeping is not big factor. Will have guest now and then. Have jayfeather 23B now. Like it but, hate the climbing over the couch thing every night. Hybrid idea already getting old after one year. Local dealer I bought from giving me every penny back on mine and killer deal on the 27. HMMMM.. don't know.. Small loan on the 23. Payment not moving much on 27. Just bigger term. I like the good feedback on it.


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Posted: 02/21/12 04:41pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bama bluejay

You rock! I was interested in the variance if any between the published weight numbers and those attached to the trailer. They're as advertised.

I'll be towing with a half ton p/u and the weights are well within it's limits.

You've been very helpful. Thanks again!

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mrnoby- I have another weight that you might be interested in. I dismissed it as to ours. 5881 with full propane tanks and full gererator fuel if applicable. The weight of full propane tanks would add some weight but as to generator fuel not applicable to ours.

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Bama bluejay

I received this info from the dealer regarding the dining table -

"The table is attached to the floor, but if you want to remove it the
fasteners are accessible."

Thanks for the additional weight data.

* This post was edited 02/22/12 02:51pm by mrnoyb *

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Bama bluejay

Another question please.

Are there any electrical outlets in the kitchen? Is there an outlet in the living area? We're wondering where we're going to plug in coffee makers, toasters, laptops, etc?

Thanks in advance for your time!

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mrnoyb- Just logged on, been out of town celebrating our youngest G-son's 1st birthday. I haven't really located them all. I do remember 3 in the area you mentioned. One in kitchen, located just underneath the countertop as you come in the main door. Just fine for appliances, coffee pot, ect. One is located on the side of the lamp table, between the 2 chairs. Another is located on the wall beside the dining table. I did get somewhat confused when I started looking for the outlet in bath, need my hair dryer. I found it on front side of vanity. There's one also in an upper cabinet where the micro is plugged in. Could be used with a long cord if needed. I'll do a better check tomorrow. Let you know if I find more that you will use.

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Posted: 02/26/12 04:16pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We really appreciate all the information. Thanks a lot!

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