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Old 01-09-2021, 12:24 AM   #8
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State: Colorado
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THOR #21400
Originally Posted by Beau388 View Post
The 29M is on the 190" 18,000 lb chassis where the new 31C is on the 228" 22,000 lb chassis.

Windsport and Hurricane are the same except for the front and rear caps. The names are different because of state requirements for dealer exclusivity areas. Freedom Traveler, ACE, Hurricane and Windsport are all made in plant 750 on the same production line.

Thor Industries builds over 60% of all the motor coaches built of the and Plant 750 rolled 2,281 class A coaches into the delivery lot in model year 2019. It stands to reason the produced there fair share of coaches with problems. Each of the 19 Thor plants operate as a separate entity. Problems with one plants products will should not be a condemnation of all Thor Industries Products Alter all Airstream and Entegra Luxury Diesels are also two of Thor Industries RV factories and both have outstanding reputations

My 5 year old coach has had a total of three problems, The electric function of the water heater failed after 5 month, the dash power ports lost power and the patio awning LEDs began to go out. All were fixed by a Jayco dealer under the Thor MC warranty.
Thanks. How about the quality of Entegra class A gas coach like vision? Looked at vision 29F. It has fiberglass roof better than TPO. but it has only about 1800 lbs ccc. water + gas + propane almost reaches the CCC limit. Usually how to deal with such low CCC in RV industry?

What makes a bus able to carry 50 people with lots of luggage?

31C is about 4000 lbs heavier than 29M. What is difference in feul mpg? 31C has 22.5 inches tires. What is the advantage of a big tire? thanks.
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