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Old 12-04-2015, 02:04 PM   #1
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Blocking Trailer Tires

Do any of you block your tires during the winter? (Pull them on something to keep them off of the cement, gravel, etc...) Or do you not worry about that? I live in Utah where we get plenty of snow. My trailer tires are out of direct sunlight. One side is on leveling blocks, but the other side is on gravel. I'm wondering if I need to buy more leveling blocks to put the other side up or if I don't need to worry about it at all... Thanks in advance!
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Old 12-04-2015, 02:15 PM   #2
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Mine are sitting on concrete papers. Never had an issue.

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I have a set of steel ramps that I mounted to blocks to get the trailer about 8" off the ground during the winter. I built a set of wooden ramps that I use to transition the trailer from the ground up to the steel platform and then put on the tire covers. Entire fiver is under an Adco cover and parked on the southside of my barn to keep the north wind off of it.
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