The bathroom in the Outback 324CG isn’t that bad except for one major problem. You can’t really spit in the sink after brushing your teeth! So, with permission from the wife, I ripped the cabinet off the wall which was preventing one’s head from aiming directly over the sink bowl. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
I originally sent the RV in for warranty repair to fix the bed platform which covers the storage under the bed. Keystone “fixed it” but after my complaints of it not working, they replied that it was functioning as intended and they wouldn’t authorize anymore parts or labor. Of course the shop politely offered to let me pay for extra work, but I declined. So, left with a bed that wouldn’t actually lift or stay up, I set out to fix it myself despite paying for an extended warranty on a brand-new RV. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
The stove-top in our Outback 324CG didn’t ship with a cover leaving the burners exposed. It also wasn’t level with the counter, but that’s another modification for some other time. Being used to having the extra counter space in our previous RV, this was easily remedied by purchasing an aftermarket cover and installing it. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
I bit the bullet and spent some good coin to install my first 50 amp Electrical Management System. The hard-wired system I chose is one of the highest rated around from an American company with a lifetime warranty. It’s great to just plug-in now. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
Unhappy with the air conditioner’s performance I suspected that the ducts weren’t sealed properly, and they weren’t. I also wanted to upgrade the vents from the cheap ones installed at the factory with new ones that spin easily and also open and close. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!