Many people make the wrong assumption that all camper tires are created equal, and they’re most definitely not.
Take the time to look up what the manufacturer recommends for your tires. Having the wrong tires on your RV can be a disaster waiting to happen.
Let’s look at a few different tires and see which is best for your RV.
Two of the most common RV tires are ST and LT tires. They’re both great options for an RV and can help you get from point A to point B during your adventures.
A radial tire will often use steel belts that run at a 90-degree angle to the centerline of the tread. However, a bias-ply trailer tire uses nylon belts at 30 to 45-degree angles.