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I am just wondering, can we use mud tires like Mickey Thompson Tires on RV's?
 
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NOT Just my outspoken OPINION!
 
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Check the load rating on the tire. Most auto tires will not carry the weight of the RV.


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What do you have in mind? Some offroading in your Barth?


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Barth Suspension is not designed for off road use.
Mickey Thompson Tire are made by Cooper Tire. You can By Cooper Tires with a load rating for your Barth.
 
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I think the really agreesive tread in the right load range might be a good way to increase the surround sound coupled with a poorly insulated doghouse. You might even find two different speeds where one harmonic frequency caused silence and the other disintegration.


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