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Old 04-28-2013, 09:16 AM   #1
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I need a new set of tyres ( sorry tires lol I'm English) and I think mine are 225x75Rx16.

I have seen a nice set on wheels (EBay) but the Seller says the sizes are:
Rears are 275 60 15
Fronts are 255 60 15

I live too far away to just have a look.

Any idea if they would fit my Aspect please ?



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Old 04-28-2013, 07:29 PM   #2
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Unfortunately, its not really that simple. I think you should stay with the size recommended by the manufacturer. Tires on an RV carry considerably more than a car or small truck hence the tire load rating is key in the selection of proper tires. Think your intentions on trying to save money might be noble but the tires WILL - not might - eventually fail if overloaded. Think about the liability and damages you could face potentially and the possible impact on your family. I suggest you do some research on the Michelin RV Tire Guide to get an appreciation of issues that come into play with RV tires. You should then be able to determine what tires you need and know why you need them. Good luck,
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