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Old 09-23-2006, 06:41 PM   #1
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I have a 1994 34 foot MH on P 32 chassis. I had to replace front tires so I used 70 series. The old rear tires are 8r19.5. Would the tire differential make any difference in the handling. It drives great until the wind really picks up. Opinions?
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I have a 1994 34 foot MH on P 32 chassis. I had to replace front tires so I used 70 series. The old rear tires are 8r19.5. Would the tire differential make any difference in the handling. It drives great until the wind really picks up. Opinions?
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I replaced the fromt 8R/19.5's with 225/70R19.5's on our old 84 Airstream and I found it handled and tracked better. Didn't notice any greater handling problem in wind than when it had the 8R/19.5's.

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