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Mar 21, 2017 Voted Most Helpful Review 2017 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 267BHSW

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We recently took delivery of our 267BHSW and have made four trips with 10 total nights spent in the RV. To our surprise, we have had no issues crop up to date. We expected to have some initial problems, but none! The layout is usable and spacious. his is an entry level unit, so fit and finish are okay, but it is what we expected. The only modification that we are making immediately is to add stabilization bars to the scissor jacks. The unit has noticeable motion as people move around. Overall we highly recommend this TT and plan to use ours for many years to come!
- Chad, South Carolina

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Nov 21, 2016 Voted Most Helpful Review 2016 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 154BH BAJA

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Specifically chose this configuration for off road, rough country camping: inverted axles, 15" M/S tires (both for higher ground clearance), greater water capacity, larger propane tank, lighter weight, etc. Bunks to preclude necessity of converting table to bed (although that may be done if nec). All the forgoing reduces many RVers "livability" factors, & if "home" comforts are desired, I'd recommend a more commodious model. However, if a fishing/hunting rig is desired, I strongly recommend this little guy. It tows without additional stabilizers, etc., maneuvers in tight spaces easily and if conservative with resources, i.e. water, power, propane, this is a wonderful asset when "boondocking". It may be towed with smaller TVs, though I use a 1/2 T pickup. The JAYCO folks have unstintingly answered all my "rookie" RV queries without hesitation, and the Jayco Forum members have been a wealth of info. If one has a need for a light, agile RV for getting into the back country, I strongly recommend this inexpensive, very comfortable (WAY better than any tent!) traveling cabin. - Jeff
- JEFF FREEMAN, Oregon

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Aug 08, 2016 2010 Jayco Jay Flight SLX 184bh

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we liked everything about the camper. our problem, was that it was to big for us. Otherwise it was a great. it has an 18 foot awning and a great deal of storage. the bunk beds are rated at 600 lbs. I said they only sleep one but are capable of sleeping two.
- dennis garczynski, Tennessee

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