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Old 05-11-2013, 10:06 PM   #15
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Taking the safe path- replacing 4 old tires with Toyo. Will put 2-year old goodyear inside rear so all new Toyo on outside. Horrifying discovery-inside rear old tires were the ORIGINAL 1994 Michelin. Almost 20 years old-and we took two trips of almost 2k and another at 1.5. Whew-talk about feeling like a foolish newbie! Willl never trust the RV dealer to "check them out" for me again! I will look at everything myself from now on!
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Old 05-12-2013, 03:03 AM   #16
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Taking the safe path- replacing 4 old tires with Toyo. Will put 2-year old goodyear inside rear so all new Toyo on outside. Horrifying discovery-inside rear old tires were the ORIGINAL 1994 Michelin. Almost 20 years old-and we took two trips of almost 2k and another at 1.5. Whew-talk about feeling like a foolish newbie! Willl never trust the RV dealer to "check them out" for me again! I will look at everything myself from now on!
you should keep brands and the tire ages paired on duals.
the diameters will vary causing the larger tire on a set of duals to be overloaded.
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Thanks. Good to know. Will do.
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