Originally Posted by Jtant
We keep ours at home. Have a gravel driveway. Right now I have a raised area for the tires that is constructed of patio bricks. Here's my question. I have two large heavy duty long mats that are designed to be in the bottom of a horse trailer to give horses good footing. Would it be better for the tires to sit on the concrete patio stones or on those mats? JT
I have read several posts from tire manufacturer that claim a radial tire, properly inflated and not over loaded, will not deform under these circumstances. What causes the tire to degrade is listed below, basically UV radiation and water. Freeze/that cycles also are hard on tires. Bottom line, no tire should be used more than 60 months after date of manufacturer due to the rubber compounds breaking down.
2013 Coachmen Freedom Express 320BHDS pulled by a 2005 F250 King Ranch CC
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