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Old 01-31-2024, 08:28 PM   #1
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New tires for our 2019 Adventurer 27N?

It's time to replace our factory tires on our 2019 Adventurer 27N Class A i am hoping for an increase in comfort going down the road so radials may be the ticket. But which radials? Appreciate any help on this.
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I went with these and have been very happy so far. Big improvement over the stock Goodyear tires. I went with the H load rating, 245/70R19.5
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You don't have radial tires on it now?
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You have radial tires now, of course you do.
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It's time to replace our factory tires on our 2019 Adventurer 27N Class A i am hoping for an increase in comfort going down the road so radials may be the ticket. But which radials? Appreciate any help on this.



When asking questions about tire changes it would REALLY help if people would post information on their current tires as not every RV has the same tires or even the same tire loading with the same model RV so include the most recent scale readings for each axle along with tire type, complete size info, ( Load range and dimensions) should be considered as minimum information.



By not providing all the above I can guarantee that some answers will not provide the tire information the OP is hoping for.
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