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Used 1981 Jayco pop-up travel trailer

I have never erected a pop up trailer before. Where do the 3 support bars on each end go?? 2 are straight and one has an angle at one end. Do they slip inside something?? Is there an instruction manual available??

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Are these the bunk supports. I have a jayco of my own and I know there are lots of slots to put thinhs in so it can be difficult but each model is slightly different and if one support isn't in right than this can damage the frame. I would go to the jayco site and search for the nearest dealer and they are always helpful. But the nearest dealer might be a little ways away as alot of them are going out of business or merging with other dealers. The website is : http://www.jayco.com/php/products/camping.trailers/camping.trailers.php

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