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My Forest River Cardinal 3450 had not been on the road except to the RV repair shop. The Tires Goodyear Marathon has less than 100 miles on them and were always cover from the sun.

Then we decided to move to another RV park less than 300 miles away. The tire pressure was checked and we discovered that the pressure was low and air was put in them to the required tire pressure on the tires. These tires were manufactured in 2013 and put on a 2015 unit and were rated at 6 ply tire. We started off on the trip and were 200 miles into the trip when the first tire blew and the spare was put on.

Then 40 miles away the second tire blew and we were without a spare. Luckily the owner of the RV park had a spare and was gracious to his new tenant that he drove out and put on his spare and followed us to make sure we made to our new home. Had to spend over $550 to replace the two tires which are 14 ply and highly rated for the load.

Needless to say major repairs had to be made to the unit and the $500 deductible had to come out of my pocket. I highly recommend do not buy a Forest River product because of the cheap materials that is used to manufacture these expensive units.

Product or Service Mentioned: Forest River Rv.

Reason of review: Bad quality.

Monetary Loss: $5000.

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Anonymous
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Sounds familiar! We lost all four of our tires coming back home from a trip to Yellowstone this past summer. Tires always maintained and covered.

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