Originally Posted by OKI Marine
It could be a combination of things. Do people regularly check tire pressure before any trip. Do they maintain the rated speed for their rv tires. Do they put tire black or anything like it on their camper tires to make them shine (it's not recommended ). Is the camper level or is the front raised throwing more weight on the rear axle. It could be any of a number of those and more. Just my thought.
X2. I get passed up all the time. I average between 62-65 tops. My set up is also perfectly level. Tuned in hitch height and weight distributing hitch are paramount.
I did have have two tires blowout simultaneously but, after more research and talking with tire pros. I believe I ran over a road hazard.
Up until that point, I haven't had any issues with tires.
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