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Old 02-17-2013, 11:05 AM   #1
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NEW 2013 jayco 36 RSQS FIVER

What is pros and cons of this unit

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All I can see is pros. She's a beauty. Enjoy.
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Old 02-17-2013, 11:23 AM   #3
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All I can see is pros. She's a beauty. Enjoy.
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Thanks camping will start soon here in indiana
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Old 02-17-2013, 04:12 PM   #4
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This is Jayco's top 5er. It can be used for long term. It is kinda too much 5er for the casual weekender.

Jayco makes better than average product.
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Like our 1996 Jayco Designer and 2000 Jayco Designer XL, it's an upper mid range unit. We owned 3 Jaycos (a Cardinal pop-up and the 2 Designers), and all were good, solid, reliable RVs at their price points. In addition, you have Jayco's 2+3 warranty and outstanding customer support backing it up.

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I can't say anything about pros and cons, but it sure looks nice. We're in Indiana, too. Looking forward to getting on the road. Have a great time in your new rig!
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I can't say anything about pros and cons, but it sure looks nice. We're in Indiana, too. Looking forward to getting on the road. Have a great time in your new rig!
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This is our first time owning a fiver or any camper of any sort so we will give it a whirl.
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Like our 1996 Jayco Designer and 2000 Jayco Designer XL, it's an upper mid range unit. We owned 3 Jaycos (a Cardinal pop-up and the 2 Designers), and all were good, solid, reliable RVs at their price points. In addition, you have Jayco's 2+3 warranty and outstanding customer support backing it up.

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My mother inlaw and father inlaw have jayco eagle fiver and learned from best on what to get and options .the service department and customer service and warranty is great at jayco factory.
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This is Jayco's top 5er. It can be used for long term. It is kinda too much 5er for the casual weekender.

Jayco makes better than average product.
We are taking baby steps to get used to then extend vacation times over the years
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2013 jayco pinnacle fiver 36rsqs

Had it for 4months not used yet
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:31 PM   #11
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new jayco 36 rsqs pinnacle

Here are few piks.

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Let the fun begin. Hope you enjoy your new roomer freedom😃
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Had it for 4months not used yet
Sounds like you need to take the Jayco for an outing....

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We have reservations at a few state parks in Indiana already in April
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