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How Do You Store Rubber Tires?

Old 05-27-2004, 02:20 AM
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"Cling film"....stack them up into a stack of 4 and them wrap them up with cling film. I've had tires kept for over a year and they are still "sticky" fresh!!
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Old 05-27-2004, 09:41 AM
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Originally posted by chambalero
i have a question about my new pulsar charger. i don't know if i should start a thread or something: if i hold the positive output alligator clip on my right and the negative on my left and press the start charge button, will i feel a jolt and get fired up? i'm afraid to try
Depends on the amperage you set it too....The human body can take a lot of volts but not quite the amount of amps....

I either leave my tires on the car (mounted on a foam Trinity TC3 stand) or use some Integy tire bags
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