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Old 08-25-2014, 07:11 PM   #15
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I don't rotate my tires around the coach. That's totally a waste of time and money UNLESS you have a problematic tire or tires such as rivering or uneven wear due to a chassis problem or a tire manufacture problem.

Then if you have a tag axle that where the problem tires go otherwise they would go onto one side of the duallys.

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Old 08-25-2014, 07:20 PM   #16
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Just had Discount check tread depth on MS2's at 25K on the tires. All were 9-10/32" tread depth. The 4 rear tires looked and measured exactly the same with the centers 1/32 less tread. The front tires has some stepping in the inside and outside lugs but were even across the tread.

I had them rotate there fronts side to side and balance.

Solo I run 45 rear 60 loaded with 4,500# pin weight and 80 in they fronts all the time. With the slightly more wear in the center of the rears I will drop the sole rear pressure to 40.

Looks like the tires will wear out all at the same time. I am guessing around 70K.

Set your front end alignment to 1/32" toe in. Also dump the factory shocks any install Bilstien's.

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