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Old 08-18-2009, 07:31 AM   #1
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Original tire size for an '86 Elandan?

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Anybody have an idea what the original tire size would be on an '86 Elandan? I just bought one that's been sitting for a while, and it needs tires. I was wondering what the original tire size would have been, for front and back. I figure the sticker with all the other information (VIN, GVWR, etc) would show it, but it's gone. Thanks!
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If it is a Chevy chassis, it would have had 8R19.5 tires from the factory. If you are buying all new tires, I would suggest replacing them with 225 70R19.5's. They handle much better.
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A good source for the original configuration of your coach can be found on the Winnbago web site. They have scanned in their old model brochures and can be downloaded and viewed in PDF format.

Here's Yours: http://www.winnebagoind.com/products...landan-bro.pdf
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