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Old 12-26-2020, 11:27 AM   #21
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Ah, yes I meant "tires", the rubber part. I have to take of the entire "wheel" to get Walmart to replace the tire, though it sounds like I may not need to replace the tires. I will take some pictures of them once I get the skirting out of the way. One tire has some sunlight damage (reddish tint), so I may replace them just for peace of mind.
In road racing, it is required to say "wheel" on radio traffic when referring to a tire. Such as... "Car 54 has a flat wheel at turn 5. "

The reason is that "tire" can sound too much like "fire" over the radio, and affect the response.
Everybody knows what is meant.
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Old 12-26-2020, 11:32 AM   #22
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Most tire sales places will mount and repair tires up to 10 years of age from the sidewall date. Even that is arbitrary.
I will reach my requisite "three score and ten" in just over a year....
Here's hoping that's not enforced.
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William,

A bit off topic, but a couple of years ago you were asking about campgrounds with storm shelters. The ďRV TravelĒ newsletter now has a listing of campgrounds with storm shelters. You may want to check it out.

As to tires, I would recommend the Endurance over the Marathons. Endurance are manufactured in the US. They have a higher load rating so inflate them to Goodyearís inflation chart based on the weight of your trailer. The max sidewall pressure is 65 psi, but 65 psi on a small trailer might result in a bouncy ride. I would guess that whatever you are inflating your current tires to would be a good number, or at least a good starting point.

Hopefully when I am in AZ, I wont be freaked out by potential death storms. I can deal with microbursts and other things that roll you down the street, I just don't want to be up in the air. Someone mentioned lightening was a bigger threat, but I think I could just get in my vehicle to avoid lightening.
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Old 02-02-2021, 09:06 PM   #24
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There are tires and there are rims...put them together and you have a wheel assembly
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