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Old 03-23-2011, 06:26 PM   #1
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Our new rig we just picked up last week

2011 Jayco Pinnacle
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Old 03-23-2011, 06:43 PM   #2
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Very nice!

Definitely not your grandfather's Jayco!
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Old 03-23-2011, 06:51 PM   #3
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Holly cow! How long is that thang? Looks great, big but nice.
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Very nice!!!!
What no snow on the ground???? I have to think about moving.
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Old 03-23-2011, 06:58 PM   #5
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Holly cow! How long is that thang? Looks great, big but nice.
It is 40 feet. Pulls real nice. Thanks...
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What no snow on the ground???? I have to think about moving.
We were on the eastern shore of Virginia last weekend. The weather was perfect and the nights were also perfect...full moon included.
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Mtr, you know how to make a guy feel bad. Had to pull the snow blower out twice today. I am so ready for moving the rv out of storage and home for the season.
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It sure looks great! I continue to be amazed how the manufacturers can continue to shave weight off these units. Only 2 axles and what appears to be a 3/4 ton truck towing it! That no doubt helps on fuel usage.

I hope you enjoy your new rig. Are you from VA?
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It sure looks great! I continue to be amazed how the manufacturers can continue to shave weight off these units. Only 2 axles and what appears to be a 3/4 ton truck towing it! That no doubt helps on fuel usage.

I hope you enjoy your new rig. Are you from VA?
Yes it is 3/4 ton with airlift suspension. Pulls pretty easy. Actually we live in lower Delaware.
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Very nice! What park were you at?
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Very nice! What park were you at?
We stayed at Tall Pines Harbor in Sanford, Va
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Pretty nifty looking rig.
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Pretty nifty looking rig.
Thank you!!!!! We are tickled with it so far.
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Nice trailer.

Have you checked the pin weight and the trucks payload capacity. The smallest Pinnacle list a GVWR that is almost 15,000#. That means that you can figure on a pin weight of close to 3000# when loaded.

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