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Posted: 01/26/13 06:54am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

mainemike78 wrote:

when i asked Jayco about possible structural integrity issues they said there were none known and that it was just a bad fiberglass panel.


Do not believe this!! ....owned a brand new 03 Jayco Kiwi (Feather is same, just renamed). It was defective from the start. Major battle with Jayco due to delamination/leaks. One entire side was wet under fiberglass. Jayco rebuilt; problems not solved; used state attorney general to force Jayco to take back.

Best of luck!


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