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Jayco Jay Flight Baja RV Reviews by Owners (3)

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Dec 12, 2017 2017 Jayco Jay Flight Baja BHDS

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Great RV it's roomy and travels well. It really fits all the needs of being away from home especially if you have kids. The outdoor kitchen and shower are amazing features with the second door going into the bathroom. After being out all day and fishing or playing it's nice to clean up without running through the whole camper.
- DERRICK, Montana

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Aug 15, 2016 2016 Jayco Jay Flight Baja 184BH

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Love this trailer. Very easy to set up, tow, and use. Could work for a long trip, great for excursions to back country areas (it\'s a Baja edition with high wheel wells and great tires, better underbelly than traditional model).

We\'re selling only for personal economic reasons, otherwise we\'d use it a lot.
- Bill Holdridge, California

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Jul 06, 2018 2013 Jayco Jay Flight Baja 184BH

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I own a 2013 33 foot RLDS.
What ever could be crooked on this trailer is.
Valances are all crooked around the windows. Caulking is squished out around all of the trim. The ladder is even mounted crooked.
I spent 2 hours on my back underneath the thing just tying up wires and hoses that were just strung over whatever was there and left to chafe on whatever sharp edge there was.
Cheap materials used in everything. The pump for the water was left hanging against the wall under the sink to vibrate the entire wall when it runs. No pipe holes were filled so that mice get in the trailer.
No thought whatsoever was put into where to locate switches and plugs. Every single plug in the entire trailer is on one breaker.
Bolts in the slides stick down far enough to chafe on the side of the trailer. Plumbing is not secured so it won't break.
Wires run around the battery were just tied in a ball instead of being tied up properly to look right.
The frame is barely painted, so needed to be undercoated to keep it from rusting.
The drains for the tanks are so flimsy that they are breaking off.
The sides are tied with flimsy metal strips that are crooked.
How can a manufacturer turn out such garbage? Do you not take any pride whatsoever in your product?
Does anyone even work in quality control?
Do the people working in the factory even own measuring tapes?
You throw together a bunch of shoddy work and then charge big money for it.
Shame on you
- Guy Stewart, New Brunswick

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