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Old 08-13-2016, 10:30 PM   #1
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Thor Class A Toyhauler RB

I am purchasing the 2017 Outlaw RB. It hasn't arrived yet but I was wondering if it has to have a 50 amp plug or will it work on a 30 amp? I'm very nervous as this is my first Class A. Previous to this I owned a 32ft Class C Coachman. No trouble driving it but was married 34 years and now it's just me. Also I had a TERRIBLE experience WITH our local dealership (Demontron) so I ventured out to a place called St. Louis RV. They agreed to drive it here and the driver will fly back to Mo. I'm in Texas 30 minutes south of Houston.
I'm excited about this purchase and how nice the coach is. Can't wait to get it. Anyone else have an RB?
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It will come with 50 amp service and the power cord. You can purchase a dog bone to step down to 30 amp and 20 amp but of course you won't be able to power everything at the same time. Also, since we are talking about power, I would highly recommend you look at adding a surge protector. Here are some links for the dog bones and surge protectors as examples. Congratulations on the new Outlaw, they are really nice coaches.

https://www.amazon.com/Progressive-I...urge+protector

https://www.amazon.com/Progressive-I...urge+protector

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-55185-P...S7FBSY8W022EMV
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I am purchasing the 2017 Outlaw RB. It hasn't arrived yet but I was wondering if it has to have a 50 amp plug or will it work on a 30 amp? I'm very nervous as this is my first Class A. Previous to this I owned a 32ft Class C Coachman. No trouble driving it but was married 34 years and now it's just me. Also I had a TERRIBLE experience WITH our local dealership (Demontron) so I ventured out to a place called St. Louis RV. They agreed to drive it here and the driver will fly back to Mo. I'm in Texas 30 minutes south of Houston.
I'm excited about this purchase and how nice the coach is. Can't wait to get it. Anyone else have an RB?
Check out the Thor section, you will find many owners.

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