"Hey You Guys! I have a 1977 Dodge Champion also. I bought 6 new 8x17.5 tires in 2011. And now in 2022 I have some dry rot on the front 2. Sourcing the 8x17.5 again is tougher than before. I haven't spoken to my Firestone guy here…"
"Prioritize and adopt a budget for both time and money. The first big expense for me was tires. Allow for lots of time for online learning. For me, over a ten year period, most everything has been pulled out and built back to fit my style. It's…"
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Former full timer. Found a nice place to live in Arizona. Enjoy weekending, but would feel better with a few upgrades to the old Class A. So with experience gained over 10 years of keeping the RV roadworthy, I'm rehabbing my '77 Dodge Champion. 25 ft.
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