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RE: Jayco?

Can't comment on that specific floorplan, but of the 5 RVs I've had in my life, 4 have been Jaycos. Started with a HTT a long time ago, had 2 TTs, went to another brand, and when the time came to get a 5er, went right back to Jayco. Obviously I'm a big fan.
Ranger431 02/26/21 11:30pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Removable 5th wheel hitch?

The EAZ I have separates into 2 sections. The top one is easy, the bottom is me is about 60-65 pounds I would guess, but kind of awkward in size / shape. I use a 2 person lift for it. I’d like to be able to do it myself. The garage is a pain in the butt because it’s a tight fit. I’ve been toying with the idea of buying an engine lift from Northern Tool for about $200-250. All I need to do is get it into the bed, once it’s up, moving it around isn’t hard.
Ranger431 02/04/21 07:16pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Removable 5th wheel hitch?

I'm not aware of any lightweight sliding hitch. I use a EAZ lift sliding 5th wheel hitch and it works well. Separates into 2 sections to make it easier. I still wouldn’t call it light, it’s about 75 or so pounds, but the 2 price design helps.
Ranger431 01/23/21 09:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Newer 5ers, Slider Hitch Required For Short Beds?

I’ve got a short bed F350 and a 2020 Jayco Eagle I have a manual slider, and am very glad I do. I don’t need to use it all the time, but there are a few tight spots I’ve been in that I was very glad I had it. The manual is a little bit of a pain, but much less of an inconvenience than replacing a back window.
Ranger431 01/21/21 06:53pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tool box / Access Toolbox Edition Tonneau cover

Thanks for the feedback Donfla, always good to hear about the quality of a company from someone with firsthand experience. Lwiddis - by security, are you referring to a hard cover? I tow a 5th wheel, so, I’d like to keep the hitch covered, but need access to the entire bed. That’s why I’m looking into a roll up. It is “kinda secure” in that to roll it back you have to open the tailgate (which can be locked), but that’s nothing that a knife can’t cut. But the same can be said for windows I guess.
Ranger431 08/23/20 06:11pm Tow Vehicles
Tool box / Access Toolbox Edition Tonneau cover

Looking to get a Tonneau cover for my truck. I'm leaning towards a roll up that I can use with a tool box - Like the Access Tool Box edition. Was thinking of a low profile UWS box, but was wondering if the cover interfered with the latches? Anyone happen to have this set up, and can post a picture of the cover and the latches? All the pictures on their site appear to be standard height tool boxes, and although I should have plenty of room, would prefer a low profile box.
Ranger431 08/23/20 12:08am Tow Vehicles
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