Originally Posted by ependydad
That was my first thought. I just wasn't sure if they would work (size/load-wise) since the Lexington is a motorhome (I think) and not a trailer (a lot of parenthsized comments indicate random thoughts).
I had the same thought.
To the OP - posts like these will get a much more informed response if you can provide some necessary information, for example, the stock tire size, weight rating etc. Then information about your driving style and location (for example if you routinely drive in snow etc.) will help narrow down some ideas for tires.
Tire posts are like asking who is the hottest girl that ever lived. In other words, tire beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
I could not find a current model 1908 under Lexington which makes it much harder for people to know the size/class of MH you have and what would be a good tire suggestion.
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