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Old 04-24-2013, 06:26 AM   #1
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New Eagle TT

Just got a new Jayco Eagle 266RKS. Anyone have this unit and how do you like it. I am a new Jayco owner. I traded in a Funfinder, didn't have much fun with it.

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Although I've never owned your specific Eagle model, I've owned 3 Jaycos, a Cardinal pop-up and 2 Designer 5th wheels. Jayco has been around a LONG time, are an independent, family owned company and work hard to satisfy their customers. With any new RV, there are no guarantees that you won't have some minor bugs, but if you have ANY problems at all getting satisfaction from your dealer, my experience is that Jayco's Customer Service group will do whatever it takes to correct the problem as quickly as possible.

Good luck, enjoy that Jayco and get out and have some fun!!


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Thank you Rusty, I have only got good comments about Jayco. The one thing talking to the salesman is American made, the inferior Chinese stove fan exhaust is not on Jayco a better water heater.
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