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Old 12-24-2015, 05:52 PM   #29
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We've had our 1996 Thor Four Winds 5000 28A on an E350 chassis for 5 years and put about 40k miles on it. We are the 3rd owner. It's not a luxury vehicle, but very functional and not embarrassing to invite people into. It's easy to find parts and replacement items are generally pretty cheap. We often boondock, and upgrading with solar, TPMS, SeeLevel tank monitor system, and beefed up Hellwig suspension was fairly easy because the design is pretty simple. We'll probably trade up in the next year and will definitely consider Thor's brands.
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Old 12-27-2015, 07:02 AM   #30
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2014 Thor class super c 33sw leveler problem

My lippert front levelers are too close to the ground when in retracted position. Thor 2014 33sw. Cutting the support bracket is great idea just wondering if there are other solutions or problems? Thanks
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Old 12-27-2015, 01:48 PM   #31
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We had the same issue with our Thor motor home. We took to service center, ended up fixing ourself. My husband fixed it by rerouting the filler tube higher than the vent tube. We have not had a problem since.
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Need to rerout the filler hose higher than the vent hose, will fix the problem , hope this helps
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Old 01-28-2016, 07:54 PM   #33
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We have a 2014 Thor Four Winds 31F. About 6,000 miles and no serious issues at all. The dinette seat cushion material is not wearing well, so taking it in next week for Camping World to inspect. Don't care for stiff jackknife sofas, so we are awaiting delivery of new Deleon double recliners. Excited for some comfy relaxation at night.
I assume you have installed your new Deleon double recliners by now. How is it working out? Any issues? any problems getting it through the door? We are looking to do the same in our 31W
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The DeLeon recliner was very comfortable and was a huge improvement. No problem with the fit. I say "was" because we sold it in Oct and bought s Class A.
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We just bought a 33sw 2014. 1800 miles. Several small issues, self repaired .present problem is no heat to BR and holding tanks. Manufacturer left a knock out in the duct work that is under the floor. Trying to figure out how to access it without too much trouble. Otherwise seems very nice.
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