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First, become educated on which tires to use on your unit, not just what the tire place wants to sell you.
Next go to a reputable truck tire shop, ( I used Pomps Tire) and talk with them about what your best options are. I went with a common sized tire that can be found readily on the road. You do not need to buy an RV tire.
There are far to many variables for a straight up answer. What type of RV'er are you ? Full time ? Weekender ? 7-8 times per year ? Back road use ? Highway speeds ?
We all have different needs which is why you need to research the different brands and find out what your MH needs. You probably have a shop that deals in just truck tires. Talk with them. Research this site. There is a lot of good info here. You just need to separate info from opinions.
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2009 Fleetwood Bounder 35H
Without knowing where you're at it's tough to recommend a dealer to check with. I just had new tires put on my Class A at my local Les Schwab dealer, they have locations through out the Northwest which is where the majority of our travels will take place.
2016 Forest River Wildcat Maxx T28RKX
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