Originally Posted by 007matman
I would think the ability to perform in wet weather is probably diminished on such a setup. Not as easy to displace water without a way to channel it out quickly.
In a dually setup if one tire goes on the rear you still have one there to support the load and help you come to a stop safely. You can't say the same about a super single.
I'm sure super singles have water routing grooves, same as any other tire. We see a lot of semis using super singles on our highway travels. They are becoming more and more prevalent.
Now back to RVs and pickups.
As far as duallies allowing you to have a flat and get to the side of the road safely; you are aware duallies have a single front tire right?
But I agree that duallies have a lot of pluses, but they also have negatives as compared to SRW. So the DRW vs SRW is a personal preference based on individual needs. No wrong decision.
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