Freckles Tires-- I have tires that will be 8years old next summer 15,,,,,, they show some small cracking on the side wall and looked great I have 21000 miles on them,,,, how ever they are coming off this winter as much as I hate it, especially the cost... Tons of info on the forum re tires etc,,,, were going to Alaska in the spring it's a 11k mile trip.. does not matter they would still come off.. manufacturers have lots of info re tire life,,, but for peace of mind and to just to be safe I'm re-tiring hehe..... were going to make a break-in trip prior to our Alaska trip My research shows that I probably will go with the same Michellins
speaking of doing things,, all my neighbors hate me I'm the only one around here who still mows their own yard.sparky
Well had 2010 2551 mh winterized and asked my RV service to check on my tires. As I see it they were mfg. 0808 so they are six yrs old. He said they show very slight dry rot and will pass inspection in the spring. They have plenty of tread and seem ok but I am thinking that it is time to get new tires. I know there has been many discussions on this topic and really up to the individual to make the decision on what to do. So for safety sake do you think it is time to get new and would like to get Michelin's and my rv service said they can get them. Of course my tires were not on the recall as mentioned in other forum discussions.The next thing is coach batteries and they are the original ones. They are so hard to read the water level and was wondering if they are replaced as to what is a better battery. My MH will be stored in Pole Barn and I have been told you can leave it plugged in all the time to keep the batteries charged but afraid they could be overcharged. I keep little nite lites on to use some of the power but not sure what is right. Any suggestions on the questions??? This forum has always been so helpful.So sorry I missed the reunion. Looking forward to next year. Already in the calendar.
But don't know why the chalky stuff builds up on the strap