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Old 09-11-2016, 12:41 AM
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Thanks for putting that up. I am looking at the 175 RD baja edition for towing behind the jeep. With three of us, that layout would suit us better!
My buddy has the 145 Baja and that one is actually pretty nice but you have to make up the bed if you want to use the table. He has a 6 year old. I like the 154 but again you have to make the bed up. I like the 175 and would have most likely went that route but it was not out when I got mine, I like the layout better. We knew we would be living in it for 6 months so we wanted the queen bed the other way but after having it for this long I think the other way would actually be easier as we cant get out on the sides as we have a mattress topper that fills the gap on the side so the 175 layout would actually be easier getting out of.. My only gripe about the Jayco is the mattress sucks. I have not had any issues and we have been in it since March so probably used it more than most would in 5 years.
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Old 09-11-2016, 01:46 AM
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My buddy has the 145 Baja and that one is actually pretty nice but you have to make up the bed if you want to use the table. He has a 6 year old. I like the 154 but again you have to make the bed up. I like the 175 and would have most likely went that route but it was not out when I got mine, I like the layout better. We knew we would be living in it for 6 months so we wanted the queen bed the other way but after having it for this long I think the other way would actually be easier as we cant get out on the sides as we have a mattress topper that fills the gap on the side so the 175 layout would actually be easier getting out of.. My only gripe about the Jayco is the mattress sucks. I have not had any issues and we have been in it since March so probably used it more than most would in 5 years.
yeah, I would probably put a good memory foam on that, And then have a roll out foam for our son. Good to know that you used it well and it held up! some do not.
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Old 09-11-2016, 03:02 PM
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Jayco 195rb Baja been living full time in it for 4 months while we are building.
So cool! I've been trying to talk the wife into the 184BH. Love the bunk beds for the kids. Was always very concerned of the weight and wind bucking.

Great to hear it tows ok.
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Old 09-11-2016, 05:26 PM
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just be careful not to over pack before heading out. 30 gallons of water weighs ~240 so try and run empty if you can.
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Old 09-13-2016, 07:15 PM
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So cool! I've been trying to talk the wife into the 184BH. Love the bunk beds for the kids. Was always very concerned of the weight and wind bucking. Great to hear it tows ok.
I have a Jayco 184bh and love it. Perfect for my family of 4 and the Jeep tows it very well. It is 2650lb and after packing gear more like 3100. We live in Philly and have towed down to Williamsburg and up to Cape Cod all without issue. Btw, my two boys love the bunks.
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Old 10-01-2016, 09:09 AM
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Default Rubicon and R-pod

This is what I camp in 178 R-pod 2800 lbs. I have an Anderson hitch to keep the sway down and the weight distributed.
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Old 10-29-2016, 05:59 PM
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Default 2008 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited and Starcraft Launch Extreme 17sb

The best camper for a JK and a family of 4! Starcraft Launch Extreme 17SB...
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Default My Wee-Go home built

I built this squaredrop camper to pull behind my 2015 jeep sport. 1300#

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[QUOTE=xUnlimitedx;441986]



XUnlimitedX,

Is that the Autohome Columbus Carbon Fiber? How do you like it? Do you still have it? Would you buy it again? Would you say the fabric is Grey? What color is the shell?

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