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Old 05-14-2016, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default LTV Unity tire diameter

As some of you may recall from other threads, we are downsizing from a 30' 5th-wheel to a LTV UnityTB. Downsizing includes all the gear and accessories we have accumulated.

One of these is a set of 4 Ultra Tyre Gard tire covers, size 27"-29" diameter. I can't find anything in the Unity specs giving any information regarding the wheel and tire sizes and the dealer is 5 hrs away. It would be greatly appreciated if anyone with a Unity could measure the total diameter of wheel/tire so I will know whether to keep them or send them along with the RV when we trade it in.

Not even sure we would use them. The Unity will be stored in a carport, under cover but with no walls, same as the 5th-wheel. What do others do when MH is not being used?
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Old 05-15-2016, 11:29 AM   #2
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Was it 15" rims on your 5th wheel? My guess is the covers will be be too small if the Sprinter has 16" rims. I don't know for sure though. maybe a Sprinter owner will measure & report back.

If you're mostly touring around then you'll probably not use them as they become another item to store in a smaller RV.
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