I really appreciate all of the tire advice!!! After reading your replies, talking to others, and doing
research...I am getting new tires....was not wanting to have the expense...but have decided it will
give me peace of mind. Thank you all. Upon further observation, I found that the tires on my 2010 rv are dated 2007.
The cruiser is outdoors, but in a "carport" on concrete. It is nestled in trees and "woods"...not indoors
and lucky to be heated like some of yours. I am in Florida.
One guy parked his rv on wood. Is that if the rv is on
the ground...rather than concrete? ??
Anyhow, I feel better now that the decision has been made---right or wrong. Happy rv-ing to all!