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Old 09-02-2015, 07:03 AM   #43
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I bought this DP with 22.5's... of corse the tires were too small so I had to get bigger ones...


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Old 09-02-2015, 07:10 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by frankdamp View Post
It would be cheaper to trade the rig for one that had 22.5 wheels as basic. The wheel-wells are the wrong size, the bigger tires will probably rub on the structure, even in relatively small deflections. There's also a risk the front tires will hit the wheel well edges as you get towards full steering lock.
and as far as the trad'n... not so sure about the cheeper... I would have been way money ahead to have kept the 2013 that I traded for the 2014
FR3, that I traded for the 2014 winnabago tribute, that I traded for the 2014 excursion dp. that I traded fro the 2015 Itasca class c, that I just traded for the 2015 winnabago 26he

I have no problem sending them down the road kick'n rocks..

and if the new 6 speed pans out.... guess whats gonna happen

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Old 09-04-2015, 05:25 PM   #45
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first off they don't make a class a 26' with 22.5s

the wheel wells are too big even with the 22.5s

they worked on my last 4 motorhomes... no problem..they turn lock to lock no problem..

trust me. if they were a problem I would not put them on...

www.bridjit.com/ try this for your driveway approach. Looks like it would work.


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