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Old 05-13-2014, 07:44 PM   #15
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Workmanship? Hmmm. I suppose one could ask for quality but even in a high end camper you will find a few things that have been "overlooked" and a bit shoddy. If you can do it yourself you will be time and money ahead otherwise you are at the mercy of some dealer.
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its like two people have the same exact car one might not have a problem but the other may have a lemon. Or what day was it made on Wednesday or Friday, Friday people are thinking about the weekend.
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Old 05-15-2014, 03:16 PM   #17
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Thinking of buying....

I am going to look at a Jayco Eagle 34.5BHTS. Any thoughts on this particular model are appreciated. I am mainly wondering about the workmanship.....from what I've seen of Jayco, it seems pretty solid, although I realize constant maintenance and inevitable repairs are expected. I'm just not sure if trading the 2010 Surveyor TT for this Jayco will give me less problems. Or am I just about to buy into a 30some grand new set of problems?

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