If you’ve ever wondered how much vacation you can fit into a travel trailer under 30′ long… check out the Jayco JayFlight… usually they spend so much time being used you never get a chance to see one in this condition.. we caught one sitting still!
2010 JayFlight 27′ Model 24 FBS Bumper Pull
EAZ-Lift Weight Distribution system plus SWAY BAR lets you move these with a half-ton pickup. The slideout gives you a lot more room that you’d think for a trailer of this length.
The bathroom is at the end and again, gives more room than you might think. Yes, you can sleep 6. While some smaller trailers seem cramped or diminutive… not this one!
If you’ve heard of Forest River you’re not alone… they’ve made hundreds and thousands and maybe even millions of vehicles now. But have you heard of Prime Time yet?
Probably you will — especially if this travel trailer is a good median example. Very light, very comfortable, and while on the small side still comfortable enough to live in for extended periods. And, with Forest River on the VIN tag, you know the heritage is long and dependable, so if you ever need to add something or replace a part, it’ll be there.
While it’s labelled as Light or Ultra Light… it is not light on features or comfort.
Only in being easy to pull and easy on the tongue is it light.
2014 Forest River Avenger 25RL Bumper Pull
Travel Trailer By Prime Time
25′ long, 7500 GVWR, no slide outs.
Large pass through storage at nose end.
Sleeps 4-6. Fully self contained, so bring along some muchines and drinks, and you’re set for fun!
Source: autopark brake replacement.pdf
There are times what seems like an awesome idea doesn’t work out quite as planned – IE, the parking brake that automatically applies for you when you finally stop for the day.
The pdf above is a good read, and lets you know you’re not the only person to have had the parking brake come on all by itself while you’re going down the highway…
If you’ve never been in a 5th wheeler, you might not understand why these are so popular.
Clean, comfortable, roomy, a real home… So, here’s another ‘virtual tour’ of a home on wheels called the
Heartland Elkridge, 29RKSA, 2011 version. Theory is the pics come up in random each time you check in, so you can get a new virtual tour. Or, come and see it in person, right now it’s sitting still (but not for long)