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1/26/2010 2:01:47 PM
dakotacody
dakotacody
Posts 11
I have been told if a motorhome is going to sit stationary on a concrete surface for any lenght of time it is a good idea to put a non penetrating material between the tire and concrete to protect the tires from absorbing moisture. It that correct and if so what material do you recommend?
1/26/2010 4:30:01 PM
Steve Roddy
Steve Roddy
Lazydays Employee
Posts 734
Yes, it is true. Remove the weight off the tire with jacks, use anything that will create a vapor barrier (plastic pad) between the tire and concrete. If you can not raise weight off tire you can increase pressure by 25% but be sure to adjust to correct pressure before moving again.
1/26/2010 9:14:26 PM
dakotacody
dakotacody
Posts 11
thanks
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