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|Purchasing Class C Motor home||Michael Coffey||10-10-04|
|We are considering purchasing a Jayco Greyhawk 31SS. I was wondering if anyone has had experiance with this Motor Home and could lend a hand.|
|Re: Purchasing Class C Motor home||Mark Bryan||10-25-04|
|I have a 2004 31SS, we just completed a cross country trip in it and had a great time. The RV performed well, with just a few minor glitches (a few screws coming loose, and a running light cover coming off). I'd be happy to give you more information if you are still looking.|
|Re: jayco greyhawk 27ds class c motor home||Rodney Laughon||12-2-04|
|I am considering the jayco greyhawk 27' class c motor home with the double slides and was hoping someone has some info on this model, such as is it big enough to sleep 4 adults and 2 children and any other info. Thanks|
|Re: Purchasing Class C Motor home||Jeff Keeran||2-5-05|
I have a 1985 Toyota Sunrader with 38,000 miles and 22R engine getting 17-23 miles per gallon depending on mph.
Sleeps 4 with one memory foam mattress; shower and heater with comode.
I am in the midst of repairs of oven and two weeks ago the axle broke and I am looking for better axle- a one ton instead of the orignial 3/4 ton rear axle. This model is know for this. Can you find a one ton axle with 14 inch wheels?
My kitchen is on the side with dining in the rear.