Winter Storage Question
I’d like your opinion concerning storing my trailer for the winter, specifically the tires: Are they ok sitting on concrete for months over the winter, or do they need to be off the ground, or maybe on leveling blocks…? I’m just not sure. By the way, I have Goodyear Endurance tires.
Thanks in advance.
Here is what Goodyear says:
I haven't had any issues with long summer stays at the RV park and even last winter. All I did was inflate them to the max and move them around every few months. They sit on crushed rock.
We have been full-time now for over 10 years and haven't even had a flat trailer tire. Guess I must be due at some point. Cheers, Ray
I have always kept my RVs winterized and sitting on concrete at my house over the winter here in NE Ohio and never had any issues with the tires.
Ours sit on concrete inside an unheated building during northern Minnesota winters without problem.
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