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Old 08-16-2010, 09:52 AM   #1
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Jayco Eagle 313RKS

We are considering the purchase of a Jayco 5th wheel (first one for us) model 313RKS (35' rear kitchen) and would appreciate any feedback regarding Jayco, Jayco Eagle or this model 313RKS.

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Welcome to IRV2 We had a Jayco 5th wheel, for about 6 years before moving to a motor home, Jayco makes a good trailer, you will need a 3/4 to 1ton truck to do the job of pulling it.
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I am a real Jayco fan. I have owned 2 Jayco trailers, one, an older tag along and finally a designer series 5er. They are, in my opinion, very concerned about customer service and go beyond in solving customer complaints or issues. I would not hesitate to buy another Jayco product.
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:13 PM   #4
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Jayco's really SUPER, when it's under warranty ... After that you're definitely on your own and at the mercy of the dealer .. ... Good Luck !!! 6 months out of warranty , my front cap started de-laminating ( the front window had no sealing from the factory ) ..... Jayco was very nice , but said they would not participate in the repair ... The dealer wanted $5000 to replace the front cap , at my expense... Looks like I'll be living with the wrinkles ...
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