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New Post 3/15/2012 12:00 AM
  Maggie
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Re: Life Span of Tires 
I'd say go and ask a tire specialist. Like what everyone else mentioned here, weather, temperature, and how often you go and travel and the load of your Class A are some of the factors that can affect the life span of the tires. If the tire specialist recommends that you change or rotate your tires, then I'd suggest you do. It may seem to be an expensive option, but it's definitely nothing if you find yourself in an accident that could have been avoided.
 
New Post 3/15/2012 11:30 PM
  josh54
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Re: Life Span of Tires 
Agree. There are so many things that can affect the life span of your tires, from the way that you take care of them to how often you are on the road and the amount of weight that you have in your RV. Once the tires of our Motorhome reached five years, we've been having them checked every year with a tire specialist. We've been using the tires for 8 years now, and they're still fine.
 
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