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Old 11-08-2007, 12:28 PM   #1
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Discussion item folks. 03 W22 chassis. 22,000 GVW. What is the minimum clearance between rear tires with a fully loaded coach. This would have to take into account jounce.
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Discussion item folks. 03 W22 chassis. 22,000 GVW. What is the minimum clearance between rear tires with a fully loaded coach. This would have to take into account jounce.
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Assuming you have Michelin 235/80R22.5 XRV tires, the minimum spacing for duals is 10.3" as shown on page 23 of the Michelin Tire Guide available HERE.
Spacing for other Michelin tires is also shown in the guide. Spacing is for properly inflated tires. The 10.3" is centerline distance and takes into account tire width and flex.
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