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Old 11-21-2017, 08:11 AM   #21
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I wonder why the tires on my truck and wife's SUV last so long and have never been covered. We sure do not drive just at night. How many never have their wheel bearings repacked on the front of their tow vehicles and freak out if they do not repack their trailer bearings every year. Something is wrong with the way we are thinking.
Had my Jayco from 2008 to 2017 and only did bearings twice. Just repacked. Never had to replace them.
My 1987 Jayco Popup still has the original bearings in both wheels.
Like some do....I inflate +5 over max, put on some tire treatment and cover them for winter.
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