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Old 12-11-2011, 07:52 AM   #21
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I have been very lucky it seems with warranty issues. Of course I haven't had a major claim yet and sure hope I don't. I full time and I would hate to lose my home for a long period. Hmmmm, maybe my daughter wouldn't mind me moving in for a bit.
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Old 12-11-2011, 04:25 PM   #22
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Well as I look back at this deal. Luckly I am retired as if I was still working I would have just paid the bill. Well with the use of the inter-net and this board I got the smarts to figure out what buttons to press. Thanks to everyone !!!

We were rolling out tomorrow but Marti's cataract surgery didn't go well. Looks like she may need more surgery. Well a good point I'm paying rent on a RV lot in Texas with No Trailer on the site. I guess the good point is I don't have to pay for Electricas I'm still up here in the Snow.
Well the Best part was Marti's Cancer Check-up was Clear !! So she has beat Cancer Five times.

Merry Christmas and Happy Traveling

Wayne & his sidekick Marti
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Old 12-11-2011, 10:08 PM   #23
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Wayne, I hope you and Marti have a good winter.
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Old 12-12-2011, 02:18 AM   #24
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Hi Wayne,

Glad to hear you got your problems solved. I'm surprised a RV as new as yours would have so many problems. I hope it's not idicative of the rest of their units. I'm curious as to what replacement tires are going back on your unit. There just seems to be lots of people who have had problems with the Goodyear tires.

Your wife has beet Cancer 5 times. WoW! That's amazing. I wonder if she has some special gene that makes her able to hang in there. Her medical file must be enormous. I thought I was lucky beating it once. Could not imagine going thru that four more times. I know from my experience, that spouses tend to have as tough a time as the patients do. Dealing with a little axel problem on a trailer should be a walk in the park compared to what you've been thru. Happy trails my friend.
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Old 12-12-2011, 08:10 AM   #25
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Thanks to all for your replys.
My first choice for tires were BFG's but all E rated tire are not equal as you need to check out the Max Laod rating at 80 PSI. I looked at a lot of LT tires but couldn't get to max load of 3450 lbs. I needed over the normal 3040 lbs. as my trailer wheel weights are /around 3,100 lbs per wheel. I thought move up to 265/75/16 but not enough wheel clearance. My choice was Maxxis I searched all the RV fourms and I just hope their Right. The Maxxis are made in Japan, well I tried for made in the USA tires but nothing available.

I'm sure glad I have the Pressure Pro as it saved my butt, and the side of the trailer. I think the other thing that saved me was having my weighted with seperate wheels weighted as everyone said it was over weighted.

Well that's all I got Merry Chirtmas !!
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