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Old 12-22-2015, 01:28 PM   #15
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Both Ford and Workhorse switched to the 19.5 tires about 1998. So if you stay before that date you will find 16 in tires on gas powered motor homes.

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Old 12-22-2015, 03:00 PM   #16
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Why don't you simply ask one of the other 40-80 MH owners you have done it with for the past 5 years with no issues every weekend...where they got a class A MH with 16" tires?
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Maybe this one would work? I think it has 16" wheels.
Well it never fails that you always find two types of people in life...Thanks Mr. Plymouth and mikelcan, you guys gave me something good to go off of, cheers, bigmarc66.

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I know my 1997 Damon Intruder has 16 inch wheel on a ford Chassis with a 460 engine
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Both Ford and Workhorse switched to the 19.5 tires about 1998. So if you stay before that date you will find 16 in tires on gas powered motor homes.

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Old 12-22-2015, 05:43 PM   #17
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There is a reason that you can't find a modern class A coach with 16" wheels. If you can't figure out why, all these folks that are trying to help you are wasting their time.
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Old 12-22-2015, 07:03 PM   #18
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There is a reason that you can't find a modern class A coach with 16" wheels. If you can't figure out why, all these folks that are trying to help you are wasting their time.
Where did this thread state "I WANT TO BUY A NEW MOTORHOME WITH ALL OF THE PERFECT OPTIONS FOR TRAVELING FROM CAMPSITE TO CAMPSITE?" I am involved in many Forums, Tin Boats, Iboats, HDForums, Cummins Forums, 73-87 Forum. This has by far been the most condescending group of any forum i have been a part of. The beauty of Forums is that you can respond to what you want, thus not "wasting your time" with topics that bore you.

If you dont have anything to add to a Thread, move along. Clearly a few members of this forum must have missed Forum Etiquette 101.
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On this old times forum if you cant take heat (ribbing) get out of the kitchen


As was suggested ask the other 80 people you know. There are 6x6 motorhomes made for off roading on old duce and half running gear seen a few in mexico
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