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Old 03-13-2010, 06:44 PM   #15
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If it does, you can simply let the air out of the tire, put it back into position, and re-inflate it.
that's exactly what i did :-)
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Good way to preserve the tires. I'm curious. I bought a couple of tires last August put them on my Airstream (that I am refurbishing) pulled it to storage last September, lifted the trailer off it's wheels completely. I went over there (storage) yesterday afternoon to check on things and noticed that the sidewalls on the tire are split all to hell. What gives?
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Good way to preserve the tires. I'm curious. I bought a couple of tires last August put them on my Airstream (that I am refurbishing) pulled it to storage last September, lifted the trailer off it's wheels completely. I went over there (storage) yesterday afternoon to check on things and noticed that the sidewalls on the tire are split all to hell. What gives?
What's the manufacture date on the tires?

Could be someone sold you old tires.

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