“How do you jack up the front of your coach?” he asked me.
“I don’t know.” was my reply.
I called Newmar’s customer service. They told me to put a couple of 2x4s underneath the levelling jacks and manually push down. That would lift the front wheels up and, from their point of view, the only way to remove the tire without potentially causing damage to the front suspension system.
When we had a front tire changed last year, this was not the approach used by roadside assistance. They lifted the coach on a crossbeam that has a rather large sign on it. The sign says not to use a jack.
Hopefully he did no long term damage to the front suspension system of the coach.
Roadside assistance told me that the replacement tire did not need balancing. Well, it did. I could tell by driving the coach that the new tire was out of balance. Especially at speeds of around 60mph.
And now? All balanced. Just in time for our 11-hour drive to Petoskey tomorrow.