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RE: Scary moment towing my 5er around Denver last week

It is a temporary license plate for a newly purchased vehicle to allow time for paperwork to reach the county motor vehicle office.
RAS43 08/29/21 07:03pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Need New shocks.... opinions please!

thanks guys, was leanin toward bilsteins from the start. looks like those may be the one. Great shock, have had mine for 5 years and truck rides great. I also replaced the steering stabilizer with a Bilstein and steering really improved.
RAS43 08/26/21 06:20pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Tires...I know, tired subject

Go with the Carlisle HD tire and update to an E rated if available. They are doing well for many of us. You don't need to go to 16" tires IMO. Ditto - that's what I did. Just talked to a sales guy at Discount Tire, and asked about "freshness" of the Carlisle HDs. He said that the =newest= tires they've seen lately are dated 2019 and =Discount= only has about 1200, total, in the U.S. Seems that Carlisle has discontinued the HD and is coming out with a new model...sometime. So, I my be buying Endurance, if I want to do some more camping this year. :-( I plan on contacting Carlisle and seeing what they say. I'll update if/when I hear back from them. Later: I just spoke with a =very= nice lady at Carlisle CS (>25 years working at Carlisle), and she informed me that the HD =is= still in production, but they are about 18,000 units behind in production of HD model tires, alone. So, I'll probably order some and hope I can get some fresh tires. Discount will let me refuse to take them if I feel they're too old. She also informed me that Carlisle =will= cover damages if one of their tires blows out, or tosses its tread, so long as a road hazard is not involved. I had not ever heard this. Lyle I bought my latest set in Feb. from Tire Buyer online and they were 6 months old. Cost was $447 for 4 tires. Took them to a local tire dealer for installation.
RAS43 08/17/21 03:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Tires...I know, tired subject

Go with the Carlisle HD tire and update to an E rated if available. They are doing well for many of us. You don't need to go to 16" tires IMO.
RAS43 08/17/21 10:22am Fifth-Wheels
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