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Old 08-01-2013, 07:41 AM   #1
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I have a Winnebago Sightseer 2011, My question is Do I rotate my tires at regulary schedule mileage. I have two up front and 4 in the back.
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If you have the regular steel wheels with the chrome wheel liner you can rotate them. If you have the aluminum Alcoa's you can't as you would have to unmount and remount the tires. I have never rotated tires in any RV I've ever owned.
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Never rotated tires, Unless you're a fulltimer who is constantly rolling, tires will age out before they wear out. Unless you have a major alignment problem.
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No real need unless you have had some abnormal wear problem and want to move a worn tire off the front.
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Fronts only, and then only if you see/feel abnormal ware. Proper PSI is very important.
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