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Old 07-30-2016, 10:17 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Paul S. View Post
On my Motor home I do have steel wheels on the inside rear wheels. I went to a junkyard and found a burned out motor home that still had the rear wheels and tires in good shape. I was replacing the front steer tires on mine and saved one of them for a spare. I got the steel wheel from the junkyard for $50.00. They wanted to sell me the tire also but I decided that I did not want it because it was much older than what I had on the front. It cost them more in labor to remove the tire and wheel assembly and dismount the tire than what they quoted at $50.00. I suggest you get a steel wheel because it will be able to be used in any wheel position if needed. The aluminum wheels are thicker and you may not be able to mount 2 aluminum wheels together due to the wheel stud length. Hope this helps.
That makes sense. Thank Paul!

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