Thanks T&T ... I know about the loads on the tires and using the rear tires as spares, but I was really hoping to find somebody who has done the job ... and maybe even run into problems with it.
I'd like to hear from them maybe ESPECIALLY if they had problems with it or didn't get the gains they hoped for.
No sense re-inventing a way for the wheel to fall off if somebody has already done it.
If this works, I kind like the idea of a couple or three more mpg's. On a 1,800 mile trip they kinda add up. The increased traction just might make my short skoolie more useful for some boondocking.
I'll keep digging around on the net.