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Looking for recommendation for good/reliable Jayco dealer with good service dept. in N.J./Eastern Pa. area. More concerned with after purchase service than sales dept. Seems they are hard to come by.

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Back in 2015 I purchased my Redwood Fifth Wheel from Whitehorse RV Center and they were awesome to deal with...

Great Parts folks, wonderful Service people... NOW, It's been a couple of years since I've been there so I am not sure if they are the same?


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Looking for recommendation for good/reliable Jayco dealer with good service dept. in N.J./Eastern Pa. area. More concerned with after purchase service than sales dept. Seems they are hard to come by.
Looking @ Jayco and Cedar Creek. Any recommendations for them?

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Esacnj wrote:

Esacnj wrote:

Looking for recommendation for good/reliable Jayco dealer with good service dept. in N.J./Eastern Pa. area. More concerned with after purchase service than sales dept. Seems they are hard to come by.
Looking @ Jayco and Cedar Creek. Any recommendations for them?


YES-- Whitehorse RV is a Jayco Dealer. They have facilities in Williamstown NJ and Egg Harbor Township, NJ

As far as Cedar Creek - try - Crossroads Trailer Sales In Newfield, NJ.. I have no first hand experience, but have heard good things about them.

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Thanks. I also found Alpin Haus in Oak Ridge NJ. Ever heard anything about them? www.alpinhausrv.com

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Esacnj wrote:

Thanks. I also found Alpin Haus in Oak Ridge NJ. Ever heard anything about them?



^^^ NO, nothing.. try google reviews

They have 93 google reviews with the average of 4.5 out of 5.

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Friends bought a Jayco years ago from Whitehorse and were very pleased with the deal and any service they needed; we bought our previous Cedar Creek from Stoltzfus in Adamstown Pa and were also happy with the sale and service. Crossroads has good prices not sure about their service.


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"Looking @ Jayco and Cedar Creek. Any recommendations for them?"

I looked at both...Cedar Creek is nice, Jayco Pinnacle and North Point have more feature and are nicer....but they also cost more.

Can't go wrong with either."


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I presently have a Jayco. I really like it. Cedar Creek seems to be better built not using lamination construction thus eliminating any delamination problems. As I say the problem is that you cant seem to find any dealer that doesn't give you a hard time with repair work. I am familiar with both Whitehorse and Stoltzfus of Adamstown. Thanks

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Keystone Mega RV in Greencastle, exit 1 off 81. I bought from them in 2015, had some warranty issues. They were FANTASTIC to work with. I made an appointment and dropped off the camper, they photographed and documented everything that day. When parts were in, I dropped it off again and they fixed everything on my list, and they found a few little things that weren't right and fixed them too.

In fact, when I bought my camper I had priced it out on RVone.com and got a great deal. Called Keystone, they were within $400 and saved me a drive to Albany, NY to pick it up. We drove up, filled out the paperwork, signed for the price that we agreed upon and gave them a deposit.

AFTER all that was done, my wife casually mentioned to our salesman that we were happy with the price, they were very close to the wholesale price we recieved. He asked what price we had been quoted by RVone. Mind you... we had already agreed to a price, signed a contract and given a deposit. He went back to his manager, came back and said he would take an additional $200 off the price. We weren't trying to negotiate further, we were pleased at $400 more. I was blown away with them. Very straight forward and honest sales team!


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