Tires are perhaps the most overlooked and the most vulnerable component on an RV. They also are the most important. They are the vehicleâ€™s contact point with the road, serving as the foundation for your house on wheels. As such, they should be given the same attention and care as the vehicleâ€™s engine, suspension, transmission, and other systems.
No Dash Fan Info
This information may help Dennis Auclair with the issue he described in his â€œNo Dash Fanâ€ letter that appeared in the March 2010 issue of Family Motor Coaching (page 14). I had the same problem on my 2000 Monaco Knight and this Web site was very helpful: www.evanstempcon.com/guides_ccl.php.
Keep â€™Em Clean And Dry
Dear RV Doctor:
You have taught me so much over the years. You have discussed every aspect of vehicle care, including the importance of taking proper care of your tires. I know youâ€™ve mentioned that something should be placed between your tires and the concrete. What type of material should be used?