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Old 01-18-2011, 02:18 PM   #1
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Jayco Kiwi Too PRO/CON

Hello to all.
I just purchase a JAYCO KIWI TOO 26 foot 2002
It seems to be a great TT extra clean
It has a manual slide out (for now)
I was wondering if anyone has had one of these and how they like them
Like most i am looking for water leaks and wonder if any one has experience with leaks on this model
At this point in time all is well and dry with no signs of leaks
Also has anyone added power slide out drive to a manual unit before
Thanks in advance for all the post you are doing
This forum is the best around
Again Thanks
Harry Moore
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Old 01-18-2011, 09:42 PM   #2
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I just sold my kiwi 21ft last September and up graded to a larger unit. The kiwi was great and did not give me any problems. The only leak I found was in the front right lower corner of the rig which dampened some items in the compartment. This was while traveling to Florida from CT during a rain storm. Great camper!!
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