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    22.5 tires

    I would not have Michelins on my coach...swapped OEM Michelins due to side wall cracking at five and a half years and low mileage.
  2. It's there, but you may have to pay more than you'd like.
  3. Same here but in an old gym bag, stowed in the MH. It never ceases to amaze me, when I wonder around any campground, the number of RVers who leave tow equipment (safety cables, electrical cord) attached to the RV and hardware that easily comes off, on the toad. I don't worry about theft or the damage the sun and weather do to those expensive items.
  4. A couple of weeks ago, our Wally World had their Prestone on sale for $1 a gallon.
  5. Bing, Google, or check some other forums about Michelin's RV tires. I traded mine at five and a half years due to sidewall cracking....the Michelin dealer didn't want to talk about a warranty, and couldn't find replacements. So I replaced them with two other brands.
  6. I find it hard to believe we are even having a discussion of chaining up these beasts. It would take some type of family emergency to get me to go anywhere in the snow....and most likely it would not be in the MH. Yes, I can drive in winter weather, born and raised in snow country. However, at this point in my life....why do it?
  7. You can use the card at almost any big rig refueling station. However, as noted, most refuelers will be happy to accept your card, but if he/she is not in the TSD program you will pay full pump price and $1...not sure about the $1. The two most popular are Loves and Pilot/Flying J....Loves takes the card, Pilot/FJ does not.
  8. That driver must not have been paying attention....at all. You'd think if he saw 9 FT 9 IN, and knew anything about his tag axle coach.... it wouldn't even come close to clearing that over hang.
  9. I don't know who you talked to, Keith. MS is known for great customer service. I had one tire cover that didn't quite fit, they immediately sent me a new one, no questions asked. Also sent me two new carrying bags when I mentioned one had torn.
  10. I'm a member of one forum that has a "Political" thread. Anybody can say what they want, within reason, but differences of opinions are acceptable. Of course, the majority lean the same way, so there are very few dissenters.
  11. As an aside to this discussion, we have some friends with two macerator toilets. They leave both tanks open all the time. With the macerator toilets there is enough water to keep all waste moving. I tried it and it worked, but I still prefer the old way....let them both get nearly full, dump the black, then the grey.
  12. First I'd call the dryer manufacturer and ask what the requirements are for proper location of the exterior vent in relation to the dryer. Then call the 5th wheel manufacturer to find where it is safe to drill a hole in the wall so as to avoid any wires/studs.
  13. Keep looking in the basement storage areas, the manufacturers like to bury them in the least likely places where you will look.
  14. I have removed my full width rock guard.
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