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Old 08-08-2019, 08:12 AM   #141
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Originally Posted by Mak1954 View Post
I have a 2005 travel supreme and the low beam lights will not come on.
You need to start a new thread with this issue.

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Old 08-24-2019, 03:53 AM   #142
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This is my first post on this forum besides the new member post. We just got our 2006 40dsl04 Envoy. I haven't had it weighed yet. Tpms reads 85 psi on each tire. Does this sound right? Any recommendations until I can get it weighed. Thanks

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Old 08-25-2019, 12:28 AM   #143
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Originally Posted by slabman View Post
Mike's right. Most all of us RVers do not WEAR a tire out...they TIME out. If you could do nothing but drive, drive, drive that MH you could get something like 75-80,000 miles on a typical tire. I just replaced my tires on a 2007 model, which had 42k on them. The dealer will understand the need for tires, but, typically will play dumb, hoping to get you into that coach as cheaply as possible. Just let him know it's a deal-breaker

Not trying to be argumentative, but I doubt any RVer ever wore out a set of tires on a Class A. Mileage is rarely a consideration but age and how the tires were used and stored is primary. Most often you can see little tiny cracks - checks - in the sidewall of a tire with the first signs of dry rot. If these tires are on the front of your class A, replace them yesterday. In the rear - more of a controlled gamble. No blowout is without consequence, but losing a front tire at any rate of speed is most often the start of a very serious accident. You can get down with a flashlight and examine the sidewalls - if they are smooth, you probably don't have dry rot to consder at that time. If they are over 5 years old in the front - change them. Over 10 years old on the back ditto. Keeping track of your tires' conditions is a serious responsibility for the RV owner.

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