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  • Dave1
    Dave1RV Repair Club:
    March 31, 2020When it comes to tires. Do not buy on price. All tires have a manufacturing year. Tires have a 6 year life span, and should be replaced before the 6 year mark. Sometimes the price tire is a couple years old and the dealer wants to unload them. If a blow...  more
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    • Dave1
      pokeysRVadventures March 31, 2020 I totally agree. Always check the dates on tires before buying.
    • Dave1
      Barry & Millie-Ambassadors March 31, 2020 True but tires can last 10 years in most cases
    • Dave1
      Jim & Sharon Ham March 31, 2020 I buy locally at Tire Barn, and always look at the DOT dates before they install the tire.  Last time I purchased 4, but they had to pull down 6 before I was a happy camper about the dates.  (All were made within 6 months.)  But I have hear...  more
    • Dave1
      Bandit455 March 31, 2020 Absolutely agree with this post. And if you are buying a used RV, check date codes.
    • Dave1
      Robbie & Alice March 31, 2020 On tires that were manufactured in 2000 and after, the last four digits indicate the week and year the tire was produced. The first two digits identify the week and the second two identify the year.
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    • Dave1
      Kathy Kat Hudock April 4, 2020 One of the first things I learned. Check the dates on the inside of the tires. Its a great reminder to those who do not know as I did not know several months ago either! 
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