Originally Posted by drmike961
I'm sure that I will be scolded but I wanted the insurance of having a tire but not the cost and weight of a rim in case roadside assistance did not have what I wanted. I used 3 HD trucking straps and after wrapping the tire in plastic I mounted it between the frame rails right behind the fuel tank with the straps. With 4 of us in the coach it was too much to constantly keep moving it from the bed/bunk areas out of the way.
So, it sounds like you have just the tire, right, not mounted on a rim? Or is it both, tire and rim?
Will roadside assistance mount up a tire on a rim on the side of the road? How do they balance it?
That's the problem with our short rigs, no big space to store something like this.