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Old 12-18-2016, 03:51 PM   #1
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New to the forum. Do not have rv yet. Looking @ Thor Outlaw29h. Any input would be appreciated. Will be traveling with 2 large dogs.

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Old 12-18-2016, 09:05 PM   #2
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There's lots of Outlaw Owner's here.
List of Outlaw Owners

The 29H is an awesome RV with loads of capability.
Outlaw Class C 29H

We have the Class A Outlaw after waiting years to get one. If the Class C had been made years ago, we would have had one...but Motorized Toy Haulers were always too premium, so we had towables.

Best luck and safe travels

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Glad to have you here in the forum with us.

Good luck with your search.

Happy Trails!!!
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Hope you find the perfect rig for your needs!

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Old 12-22-2016, 12:18 AM   #6
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Love The 29h But Some Issues

Thor has made steady improvements on the 29h for the past 3 years. My 29h is a 2015, and did have it's "issues" that had to be sorted out. Luckily I bought from a dealer who had some "good" techs. that were able to fix all the problems.

Most all problems were "electrical" related issues.

Transfer Switch burned out. (Warranty)

Leveling System not wired correctly. (Warranty)

Leveling system shorted out due in part to bad solenoid (below) (Extended Warranty)

Bad Solenoid (Emergency Battery Start) (Extended Warranty)

Hot Water tank wires not routed properly causing them to short out. (Warranty)

Slide Out not synchronized. (Warranty)

Battery bad in engine bay (replaced under warranty)

Batteries went bad in the coach, due to Bad Solenoid (above) which didn't allow proper charging. (My Cost)

Other items:

Had to replace front tires in less then 15,000 miles, ( Needed alinement, which Thor does not do at factory) (My cost)

Sidewall blowout on right side rear dual tires (Had to replace both tires) I learned later that Michelin had recalled those tires, but I never heard about it.
(Tires Replaced under Tire Hazard Warranty)

That's about it, except for cabinet, drawer, and door adjustments. (Warranty)

I strongly encourage that you purchase an Extended Warranty, The leveling system alone was a $3000.00 repair. I just had them add it into the financing.

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