• Geoff Stanners
    2
    I have 2012 Outdoors rv travel trailer 26f the original brochure for the trailer calls for 205/75r15 but the sticker on the side of the trailer calls for 225/75r15. When I recently bought it the 205/75r15 were installed any ideas which I should go by?
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  • klaykrusher
    10
    I'd give a call to Outdoors RV support. I'm thinking you can install as tall as the 225's for that application.
  • Geoff Stanners
    2
    Yeah, I’m sure I can just confused as to why brochure gives one size and sticker gives another size. May be mine has optional extras installed which require the larger tires.
  • Rick
    8
    My advice is to use the sticker that is actually on the trailer as your guide, and not what us shown in the generic brochure.
  • Ray
    403
    Good advice, as if you were to ever get pulled over or checked by the authorities that's what they'd likely look at.
  • Rick
    8
    @ray Yep. And if the trailer is ever in an accident this could be a factor in determining liability.
  • Geoff Stanners
    2
    Thanks Guys that’s what I was leaning towards, lesson learned check tires before leaving RV sales lot.
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