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SpurHntr

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Posted: 08/02/12 02:46pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

i keep my tires above water and apply aerospace 303 protectant on them a few times a year but i dont worry about what surface my Moho tires are on any more than i worry about what my other vehicles' tires are parked on

some things i worry about, others i dont

IMHO the only logical surface to even consider putting between tires and another surface would be a mat made out of the same rubber your tires are, otherwise my guess is SOMETHING in that barrier you choose will likely react with the tires SOMEHOW SOMEWAY


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Posted: 08/02/12 05:10pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I always put wood under my front landing legs on my new concrete driveway simply to prevent rust staining of my pretty white concrete


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Posted: 08/03/12 01:39pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Why not just put new tires on every year and not have the worries?


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WeBeFulltimers wrote:

Why not just put new tires on every year and not have the worries?


You are kidding, right? New tires every year? Aren't things expensive enough.
As for the subject, I park my rig at home on gravel with pieces of rubber mud flaps underneath. Last tires lasted 7 years without incidents. On the road I don't use anything-too many other items on the list.

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