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Old 04-30-2016, 04:04 PM   #1
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Jayco Seismic 4250

Any thoughts on a Jayco Seismic 4250?
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Old 04-30-2016, 07:31 PM   #2
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Any thoughts on a Jayco Seismic 4250?
The thoughts on the floor plan and options are up to how well it fits your lifestyle.

It's a big one. In terms of manufacturing - Jayco is solid, 2-year warranty, above average customer service.


It's a big one.. make sure you've got the truck to tow it!
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Old 05-02-2016, 11:57 AM   #3
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A Seismic 4112 or a 4212 is what we are planning to fulltime in. We looked at a 4250 but want a king size bed. I liked the big front bathroom but my wife said it would be better to have the bathroom between the bedroom and living area for noise separation purposes.
The Seismic's have a dry weight of about 15K pounds and gross out at 20k. I recently witnessed a guy pulling a 4112 with a 3/4 ton Dodge. When I asked him about it, he said he only pulled it around locally but had no issues. I am planning to have a late model 1 ton dually when we hit the road.
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That's the feature that I really like, is the bathroom up front. A queen size bed is good for us. My next concern is there going to be enough room in the the living area if we had another couple over or travel with us. It might be a little cramped on the sectional watching the tv. Another concern is the size of the garage, I have a Road King and my girlfriend has a 12 1/2 kayak. Trying to figure out how to put the kayak in the garage will be a challenge.
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Yea, I can see how that couch layout might be a bit tight for 4 people. Then again, it may work just fine.
I'm still trying to convince my wife that we can tie down her Sporty in the living room so that I can fit my golf cart and Vrod dresser in the garage! lol
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I know what you are talking about. I'm trying to convince my girlfriend to cut her kayak in half so that it will fit in the garage.
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