What I have learned from our experience is this, be sure to have your wheel bearings really cleaned, inspected and greased, plan to do it again at 12K miles when you get to that mileage. Also, if you do not have shocks on your coach, install them before you go. I believe the excessive bounce causes the tires to take a terrible beating, also, check your pressures everyday. Also, I would have some air bags installed on your tow vehicle, sure would make the rough road ride a lot better, trust, these things we will do before we ever go again....also, check to see where your ac/dc and propane lines run in advance, make sure if you do have a tire failure they will not get trashed, like ours did..
Originally Posted by Kampnnit
We are heading to Alaska from Florida early this summer. Tires was one of my big concerns. I upgraded the Chinese tires it Michelin XPS Ribs. I had them on my last camper and there were great.
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