Looking forward to giving the 29H a through workout. 1st real trip will take us to Gulf Shores AL, then to Baton rouge, then to Orlando. Will be out for about 6 weeks.
As with any new RV, there were a few items that we had repaired (all covered by Thor)
1. Leveling jacks were inoperable (not wired up)
2. Unable to put air in rear tires (valve extenders not working)
3. Bracket broken on cabinet, drawer in kitchen wouldn't close properly, and pantry wouldn't stay closed when moving. (All items repaired, and additional catch put on pantry)
4. decal on drivers door bubbled. (New decal installed by dealer)
5. Battery in engine compartment wouldn't charge. (New battery installed by Ford under warranty)
Had the following items installed by the dealer.
1. Fantastic Fan installed in garage. (Thor puts 2 fantastic fans in coach but only a vent in garage (ummm?)
2. Fantastic fan roof vent covers (4) installed over the 3 fantastic fans and the fan in bathroom. (Now I can open the vents and not have to worry about the cover getting damaged when in motion, or just in wind)
3. Discarded crank up antenna, and installed High Def. Jack Antenna. Wow made a huge difference, I can pick up a signal just about anywhere, perfect picture on all 3 TV's. (I recommend this for everyone)
4. Installed Dish satellite receivers both front and rear. Ran high def cables from outside TV, and rear inside TV to receiver in garage. Also ran high def. cable to main TV in coach. Also installed Blue Ray player to play on outside TV and rear inside TV. Also ran antenna connection for portable satellite to come out in storage compartment. When using portable satellite (I use flat coax connectors to come out the storage compartment door.) Would have been nice if Thor would have had some of prewiring done, but they provide nothing as far as accessory connections. One cool thing I was able plug the TV sound in the main coach into the accessory aux in on the radio, that way TV sound can be played through the coach speakers.
5. Purchased made to order carpeted floor mat for the cab. Much nicer then just putting your feet on a rubber floor. I can't believe this isn't a standard item on an $80,000 vehicle.
some things we really like about the Thor Outlaw.
1, Love having a power awning (really big too)
2. The Outlaw is quite as a mouse going down the road. No creeks, rattles, and annoying sounds.
3. Solid construction. You can see right away this is a quality build.
4. Solid wood cabinetry.
5. Love having the extra room a power slide gives.
6. Love the ramp for loading the bikes.
Let the fun begin