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Old 05-10-2010, 12:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where is the VIN on my 5th wheel

We are selling one of our trailers and I need to verify the VIN matches the title. Robert is in the field and not answering his phone...where in the hell is the VIN on this thing?? Its a 28ft Jayco 5th wheel.
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Old 05-10-2010, 12:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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http://www.jayco.com/php/faqs/index.php

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Where is my Jayco vehicle identification number and what does it look like?
The Jayco, Inc. vehicle identification number (VIN) is 17 digits long and for towable products is located on the lower side of the “road side” sidewall. Motorized products have the VIN decal located on driver’s door jamb. The VIN is also usually indicated on sales paperwork you received from your selling dealer. The Jayco VIN begins with the digits; “1UJ…”
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Should be stamped onto a little plate and welded to the drivers side of the pin box mount. Check there.
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it may also be on a label on the backside of a cabinet door, or even stamped on the axle tube.
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That's pretty much it. There should be a metal tag/label affixed to the roadside, at the front. There may also be a label inside one of your cabinets (usually in the kitchen) that has the VIN on it, along with capacities and other info. Most of the time, it's stuck to the inside of the cabinet door, but some put it in the back of the cabinet.
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Thanks! Found it! It was in the cabinet door....one of the only places I didn't look
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Thanks! Found it! It was in the cabinet door....one of the only places I didn't look
A cabinet?

Yea, because those are never replaced.
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A cabinet?

Yea, because those are never replaced.
On a travel trailer/5th wheel?

Far less often than a home.

Besides, it wouldn't be the only place it was hiding, just the most convenient.
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On a travel trailer/5th wheel?

Far less often than a home.

Besides, it wouldn't be the only place it was hiding, just the most convenient.
People don't buy used trailers and upgrade them?

So there is more than one VIN? I know some cars are that way but didn't know about trailers.
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Generally speaking - no.

They may paint, wall paper, change out curtains, and a few other odds and ends. The cabinets or even cabinet doors, very rarely, exceedingly so.
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