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Old 01-25-2013, 11:37 AM   #1
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anyone know correct 2000 Hurricane tire size ??

I am replacing the dry rotted tires on my 2000 hurricane that I bought with 21,000 miles used. This is my dilemma..
The tires currently on the Rv are 225/70/19.5 size. But when I brought the Rv to my local rv service center he said that seems like an odd size tire. So I called Thor/four winds who told me I need to call Ford chassis, and I did call Ford chassis but Ford told me that they do not keep records for original tire size going that far back. BUT the Ford rep told me that he thinks the correct tire might possibly be a 245/70/19.5 ( a bit wider) but he cannot confirm.

does anyone know where to find the correct tire size ? would there be a tire sticker like they put on automotive door jambs to indicate factory spec tire anywhere in the rv ?

or does anyone have a 2000 Hurricane and has original tires or has replaced original tires with the exact same that can confirm correct specification size ?? Let me know please

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Old 01-25-2013, 01:58 PM   #2
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My Allegro has a sticker listing tire size air pressures and chassis weights. It is located on the drivers side kick panel near the parking brake pedal.

Look in the owners manual if you have one. Also some information is sometimes posted on the inside of closets, or closet doors.

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Old 01-25-2013, 02:56 PM   #3
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Your MH should have a sticker under the driver's side window showing tire size, pressures, and weights. Mine does.
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