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RV Tire Safety: It’s just a wheel. What can go wrong?

By Roger Marble A wheel is just a wheel, isn’t it? That wasn’t the exact phrase used in a recent post, but it seemed to be...

RV Tire Safety: All about tow vehicle tire wear and TT tire inflation

By Roger Marble Below is a question from the owner of an Airstream. My answer below that would apply to other brands of tow vehicles...

Winnebago using only Goodyear tires on travel trailers

Winnebago Industries has decided that it will be switching to nothing but Goodyear tires on all Winnebago travel trailers. The company said the move was...

RV Tire Safety: What “size” are your tires? Part 3 – “TBR” (on Class A RVs)

By Roger Marble This is Part 3 of a 3-part series. Finally, we move to Truck-Bus Radials aka “TBR” tires. These are seen on all the...

RV Tire Safety: What “size” are your tires? Part 2 – “ST” and “LT”

By Roger Marble This is Part 2 of a 3-part series. Last week in Part 1, I covered Passenger (P) car type/size tires. This week we...

RV Tire Safety: Is it worth it to inflate tires with nitrogen?

By Roger Marble Regarding nitrogen (N2) passing through (permeating) tire rubber more slowly than oxygen (O2) due to molecular size, are nitrogen molecules really larger...

RV Tire Safety: What “size” are your tires? Part 1

By Roger Marble This is Part 1 of a 3-part series. What size tire is it? That seems to be an early response whenever you ask...

Some Forest River trailers recalled. Wrong tires installed

Forest River, Inc. (Forest River) is recalling certain 2022 Forest River Aurora travel trailers. These trailers were manufactured with the incorrect tires, size ST225/75R15...