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Old 09-17-2014, 08:50 PM   #29
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Well, you came out well dealing with a tire blow out... I've seen at least one coach totaled from blow out damage. ( Beaver Marquis, left front blew out, shredded the compartment in front of the tire. That compartment had hundreds of red wires hanging loose.... Yup, a main electrical compartment...)
Yep, I've noticed that CC, Monaco and Newmar (probably others, but those are the brands I've been looking at) now use that spot for the wiring and it is vulnerable in a wreck or blowout!
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The wife took off in our 42 foot class a RV about noon time for our camping spot.

Right rear outer Dooley was a little low so we added air.

She got about 20 miles and blew the outer Dooley on the right side at about 65 mph.
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Bought 2 (Hankook) 3 weeks ago on the side of the road when right rear outer dually blew.

Inside was flat, also.

$700 for the two. Sevice call, and change/mount covered by insurance.

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Sure sounds like you are a perfect candidate for a much needed Tire Pressure Monitoring System.

Do you think!

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