First off, buy yourself a big honk'n class 'A' Moho. Hook up your toad with the all new aluminum tow bar and all the shiney new stuff what goes with it...include the auxiliary braking system, mix with 'smoking wallet'. Carefully go by the 'towing checklist' you so diligently composed and follow it precisely including step 7 (turn key to the first detent).
Now we all know that no tire is prefectly round and that a 'true' tire will run smoother and last longer so being a 'bonehead', in the truest sense, I only turned the key until the dash lights went into test mode and turned off. Well, I did my turns to lock the tow bar (which preformed as advertised) but the steering wheel went into the 'tire trueing' and LOCKED position!
Being new to the RV, the fact that the steering was a 'little' off center should have indicated to the driver that something was amiss. However the tires were NOT yet 'true' so he ignored that indicator. The second indicator was a foggy appearance in the rear view monitor from the front tires of the toad aft, but again, everone knows that B & W monitors really do not show 'BLUE' smoke very well and can not be trusted and should also be ignored. Had the driver bothered to turn on the audio portion of the monitor, the loud squealing would have been an area of concern.
To make a long four mile story short, after a few more tight turns and the left side of my white Jeep turning black, a good fellow (who was apparently very versed in the fine art of tire trueing) let me know my tires were now perfectly 'true' due to the hue and density of the smoke and the pitch of the squeal, that they were now 'done'.
Now I have some of the smoothest running front tires ever installed on a Jeep Wrangler...I can't figure out why it sits a little lower in the front than it did before the the 'truing operation' but all is well!
That's the story and I'm sticking to it! Should have bought an '09! Bob