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Old 04-23-2014, 03:28 PM   #11
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A good reason to check the date on the tires of the rig BEFORE you take delivery. If they are older ask for newer tires as a part of the deal.

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Old 04-23-2014, 05:35 PM   #12
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That's a great idea and the power of these forums. Too late for me and I would have never thought of that

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Old 05-10-2014, 11:11 PM   #13
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Interesting thread. Two months after I bought my 2670 BH last summer I had a flat up in McAll Idaho on a Sunday that we were supposed to leave and drive home. Being that my trailer was almost brand new (2013 model), I thought no problem and went to take the spare off. Much to my dismay, the new spare, was totally trashed and looked like it had been run flat for a good while. Good luck finding a tire repair shop open on a Sunday afternoon in central Idaho...I did manage to find a motorcycle repair shop open, and the guy put a plug in my initial flat, allowing me to get to Boise and at least buy a new tire at Walmart for a good spare. My bad for not looking at the spare prior to taking possession of the tt. The dealer, General RV, reimbursed me fully for the cost of the purchase of the spare at Walmart. But what a crappy deal. Glad I wasn't heading down the canyon, with no pull offs, only to find the "new" spare was toast before even using it.

I found that same warranty today when looking though my paperwork and wondered about it.

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