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Old 04-04-2011, 03:26 AM   #1
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< ="utf-8">Can anyone tell me who I call to take a tire off my cruiser by crossroads travel trailer (it's in my driveway)? Apparently, someone must have hit the air valve with a plow because the valve is partially torn off. I was able to duck tape it and it is holding air, but I do not want to tow it anywhere.

Please help with any ideas? I have AAA and the insurance I have provides for roadside assistance.</span>



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Old 04-04-2011, 03:32 AM   #2
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Most insurance companies that provide roadside service want you to call them first. If I were you I would start there.



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If you do use roadside service be sure to confirm how they plan to remove the tire. Do not let them jack up on the axle. There are many posts on proper way to remove a tire on a Lippert axle which most crossroads trailers have.
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