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Old 08-11-2016, 09:06 AM   #1
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Talking Jayco X23B

Just purchased a Jayco X23B hybrid trailer. So far we absolutely love it. Any others out there willing to share the good or the bad?
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Looks awesome, congrats!
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Hello! Just wondering how you like your trailer. We are looking at a Dutchmen Aerolite 204ES and were wondering how well the AC works in a hybrid to control the temp and the moisture. We were in South Dakota in July (not camping) and the high reached 110. I'm wondering how well a hybrid would stay cool in such extreme heat.
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Old 08-19-2017, 09:57 AM   #4
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Hello! Just wondering how you like your trailer. We are looking at a Dutchmen Aerolite 204ES and were wondering how well the AC works in a hybrid to control the temp and the moisture. We were in South Dakota in July (not camping) and the high reached 110. I'm wondering how well a hybrid would stay cool in such extreme heat.
We loive in Florida where heat is a problem along with humidity. The A/C handles it very well, just close the curtains on your tent beds OR get Pop up Gizmos or both. We have both.
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