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Old 01-22-2013, 06:27 PM   #1
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2012 Tuscany 42RQ comments

Just found this informative site.Glad I did.I have had my 42RQ since last June and so far no problems. Thsi is my 9th coach each time larger.Anything I should be aware of or know from other Tuscany owners?

The only hing to comment on is the rippling on the slides in the fiberglass finish.Looks like th coach has a BAD water leak and has gotten in the wall.
This is not possible as it is undercover and has been there since delivery.Thor is not really helpful on this matter.
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Old 11-27-2013, 06:47 AM   #2
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ya- I just bought a 2013 tuscany 45 lt- it also has the identical ripples - but not on the sides of the coach- unfortunately its probably the way thor saved money and used a less grade material to construct these sides and has a different finish. its just kinda weird how thor chooses to do little things cheaply. like there water pump choice is weak with such a big coach and I found that you can get double the pump and flow etc. for like 100 bucks more in upgrading the pump- just seems certain things are peanuts in comparison to what these things coste to just do it right in the beginning. overall the coach is great and we love it- but small things do make you wonder. so far we have just added and up graded a few things that we knew we would want. still alot cheaper to do that I guess than some of the other brands we looked at for 40-50k more
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