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Old 12-13-2013, 08:00 AM   #1
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Some questions

Does anyone own a Rexhall motorhome in this forum?
What's the reason for all the dryer sheets in the cabinets,
I would like to replace the two front tires. What is the difference between steer tires and regular motorhome tires? There are BF Goodrich on the unit now. I would like to put Goodyears on the front. Will it cause trouble mixing the tire brand? Any info will be appreciated.

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Old 12-13-2013, 08:07 AM   #2
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Dryer sheets are supposed to discourage rodents, steer tires have more tread and I have Michelins on the front and Goodyear rear and as long as the recommended size and pressure all is good

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You don't say how old the tires are. If they're all the same age, say 7rs. or more, I'd replace them all.
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Originally Posted by Yellowpointe View Post
Dryer sheets are supposed to discourage rodents, steer tires have more tread and I have Michelins on the front and Goodyear rear and as long as the recommended size and pressure all is good
X's 2 on the Dryer sheets works for us. Maybe freshen the cabinets
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