From the bloggers at Interstellar Orchard.
Did I mention that after that big 10.8 mile hike I did yesterday that I couldn’t rest when I got home? Instead, I dumped tanks, stowed away all loose items in Cas, and hitched up so I could depart early this morning.
No, not for a weekend getaway or anything exciting like that; to get Cas’ new tires put on.
For those new to RVing, tire replacement on a RV is a bit different than on a vehicle. Usually an RV’s tires will age out before they wear out, although for an RVer who drives a lot of miles that may not be the case so do keep an eye on the tread. Depending on who you ask, most people recommend replacing the tires on a trailer or motorhome every five to seven years if they don’t wear out first.
Now, you can’t just go by when the tires were put on for that five to seven year calculation.
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