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Old 10-02-2016, 07:27 AM   #1
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Hey all. I am kinda new to this rving thing. My uncle has a 5th wheel and I have been camping a couple of times with him. So he is the one to "blame" about me getting into the rv thing. He also got me into motorcycles years ago. Really looking at the Thor class c outlaw. Doing lots of research but still have a few questions. Does anyone know if there is heat in the garage area? Also. Does the oulaw have daytime running lights? And what are thoughts about living in this fulltime? Thanks.
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

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Welcome. Can't answer your questions, but want to give you a big welcome and happy travels. We're in CA so if you ever get this way wave as you pass the central portion of the state!
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These are easy answers...so, will insert below.
I know that if they had made the Outlaw Class C about 10 years ago, I would have had one!

If you get that Outlaw RV, hope you come join other owner's here:
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Originally Posted by ultradoc View Post
Hey all. I am kinda new to this rving thing. My uncle has a 5th wheel and I have been camping a couple of times with him. So he is the one to "blame" about me getting into the rv thing. He also got me into motorcycles years ago. Really looking at the Thor class c outlaw. Doing lots of research but still have a few questions.

Does anyone know if there is heat in the garage area?
ANSWER: There is NOT a separate heat source in the garage (AirCon only). And just like the Class A Outlaw Toy Haulers, day-to-day use in the garage during winter is BEST with a small space heater added (electric if on shore power - us their juice - and catalytic if boondocking) And if it is often very cold where you are, ensure the RV comes with the optional waste tank heat pads.
https://thormotorcoach.com/outlaw/class-c/features/


Also. Does the oulaw have daytime running lights?
ANSWER: The Ford E450 used for the Outlaw 29H has DRL's that can be Activated/Deactivated is desired.

And what are thoughts about living in this fulltime?
ANSWER: Full-timing requires LOTS of personal decisions for everything from space needed/desired, to systems needed/required.
BUT, I submit that a Toy Hauler RV is better than any Condo On Wheels (COW) for full-timing, because the COW does not have the multi-purpose space in the garage. Being a totally finished room, that space can be used for anything from hauling your bike(s) to being furnished as a master suite with kingsized bed. Craft room, shop, kennel, den, TV room, the list can go on and on...and can be swapped during a trip as needed (we have used our garage for all these things)



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