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Old 08-14-2015, 12:31 PM   #1
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New Home in Many Ways - 2016 Outlaw

I'm forfeiting my expensive SF apartment for full-time RV living. Keeping my position at my current company and reducing my commute will add to my experiences.

I'll slowly migrate to the Outlaw over September and be full-time by 1 October.

Any creative/constructive input is requested and appreciated.

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Old 08-14-2015, 05:37 PM   #2
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BEAUTIFUL!!

There are SO many upgrades in the new Outlaws...makes our Gen1 Outlaw look simple in comparison.

So, it's the RB with a Real Bed (RB) in the mid-room?

Best luck full timing and Safe travels!
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Old 08-14-2015, 06:38 PM   #3
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Good luck and have fun! Are you parking it long-term somewhere while you live it in?

Some suggestions:
Garage Door Screens for Residential and Commercial ApplicationsGarage Door Screens (or you can get the add-a-room if that would be better)

We added an additional set of batteries, but I think your model comes with them (can you let us know?).

We take a DirecTV dish and DVR with us when we travel. If we're going to be somewhere for a few nights and there is room, we'll set it up.

We put a memory foam topper on the mattress. That thing is super comfy now!

If you're staying somewhere long term and need to use your furnace, get an extend-a-stay to hook up a bigger propane tank. You can go through the stock one pretty quickly when it's cold!

I used the thickest dura-mat on the underside of the dog house to quiet the engine noise. I'm planning on putting it in some other places too.

Exercise your generator periodically. Just run it for an hour and try to put a load on it (AC's do a good job for this).

I'll add more if I can think of any.

I'd love to see more pics of the inside!
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Nice looking rig. Good luck finding room for all your stuff. The DW and I worked hard doing that.
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The kitchen looks great in there, really like the improved counter space / design.

Did you happen to be driving your rig on Hwy 50 the other evening?
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Congratulations, looks very nice.
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Congrats... I just got one too. Brought it home 9/11 and my son has slept in the loft every night. Enjoy it!!
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Congrats... I just got one too. Brought it home 9/11 and my son has slept in the loft every night. Enjoy it!!


And welcome to the Outlaw Family.
Hope you join us here:
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That is one beautiful coach. Congrats
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