Well, to ensure that I follow the rules of the forum, Iím introducing myself first before I ask some questions
I shouldnít go into too many details, but like other forums that I have been a member of (zx6e.net) and people to get to asking questions and so I might as well just get the facts out there! Its great that the emoticons are the same - this could be fun
My husband and I bought a 2008 Cherokee Lite a few years ago, Iím pretty sure itís the 18DD because its an 18 footer. Anyway, soon after buying it, he got sick Ė cancerÖ so we didnít use it as much as we would have liked, and since he passed, two months ago, I promised myself I would learn to do everything myself and get it out there Ė as that is what he would have wanted! I took it out locally so I could just sleep it while I was on my motorcycle working a 3-day event. I was proud that I took it out, pulled it using our Dodge 1500, and spending some extra cash getting some accessories. Iím super excited about taking it out more, when I have free time, and planned a trip with some friends.
I want to ensure that I have this forum to ask questions about my trailer since it seems that there isnít a lot of information out there on 2008 models, and I think its best to ask people who have the same type as I do Ė hence why we joined the Zx6e motorcycle forum. Though, I do not want to thread jack...
Seems silly, but my first question is what size the tires are Ė my husband was a Marine and a friend wants to buy me a Marine Corps spare tire cover, its super nice and Iíd love to have it before my trip. I got out there too late to take the tire covers off and try to look at the markings on the tire, so I measured the tire, but when I went to the site all the sizes were letters and I cant seem to find my manual at this time, and nothing on the internet is helping.
Iím sure I can go out in the daylight, but thought since I was introducing myself, I would ask.
Thanks for having this forum and for the time to read this Ė looking forward to learning lots of stuff!
EDIT: was able to find a 28" cover without knowing some crazy letter...