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Old 04-15-2009, 07:15 PM   #1
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Time to put away my tires for the summer, just was wondering what the best method for keeping them "fresh" for over 3 or 4 months would be.
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Old 04-15-2009, 07:25 PM   #2
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I rub a little compound into them, them zip lock them up.
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Originally Posted by Mark506 View Post
I rub a little compound into them, them zip lock them up.
put then in a cool dry place if possable (my buddy keeps them in the crisper droo in his frig)

and befor u run ur foams give them a quick skim on the truer

and maybe scuff ur rubbers with some 600 to open up the rubber befor u run them again

thats what iv done and had good luck with it
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If I can, I will post up a picture later tonight. SpeedWorld came out with the first ever tire can in 2000 and has been a big hit since then. We also have a carriyng for for a 12 pack. I'll post up tonight.

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