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My husband and I are planning on going full time rv’ing in the near future. We love the look and layout of the JAYCO EAGLE 355MBQS. Any one have any experience with this model? 

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It looks to me like a very livable floor plan but I would be concerned about its carrying capacity. You can bring an absolute maximum of 2090 pounds of stuff and nearly 1/3 of that will be used simply filling your fresh water tank. It can be done but I encourage you to weigh some of your stuff now to get a sense of what that means.

Linda Sand

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If I was going full time, I would move up to a higher level RV. There is nothing wrong with Jayco and they have been very good RV's for lots of years and they do have some upscale RV's but in my opinion, even the upscale Jayco's, are not what I would want to full time in. Good Luck

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