Jayco Jay Flight SLX 7 travel trailer 174BH highlights:Queen BedMicrowave Oven10' Power AwningBunk Beds This Jay Flight SLX 7 travel trailer offers you a queen-size bed for sleeping at night, and there is even a privacy curtain that you can draw to separate the bed from the rest of the trailer too. The 29" x 75" bunk beds are another sleeping location, and you can even create a bed for one more person by transforming the booth dinette. Overhead cabinets will help you keep your belongings organized, and the kitchen has a two-burner range, 6-cubic foot refrigerator, residential-style countertops, microwave oven, and a high-rise faucet at the sink to help you prepare meals. The Jayco Jay Flight SLX 7 travel trailer is quite easy to own because it weighs less than 3,500 pounds, and it comes with a single axle. Built on a fully integrated A-frame with galvanized-steel, impact-resistant wheel wells, the Jay Flight SLX 7 has quality at its very foundation. That quality continues on to the electric self-adjusting brakes, easy-lube hubs, Magnum Truss roof system, friction-hinge entry door with window, and LP quick connect. Some of what the mandatory Customer Value Package includes are two stabilizer jacks with sand pads, American-made Goodyear Endurance tires, Keyed-Alike entry and baggage doors, and JaySMART LED lighting. Buying your trailer in the East versus the West will determine which optional package is available to you. The East offers an optional STX Edition, and the West offers an optional Baja Package. Both packages come with a 30LB LP bottle, a large fresh water tank, Goodyear off-road tires, an enclosed underbelly, a double entry step, four stabilizer jacks, and a deluxe graphics package. Specific to the STX Edition, you will find a wide-stance axle, aluminum rims, a power tongue jack, and powder-coated wheel fenders while the Baja Package offers you a flipped axle and black sidewall skirt. Stock 360 Tour & Stock Images may be shown. Colors & Specs may vary.