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Old 07-20-2014, 02:01 PM   #15
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I use the cutting boards from Sams Club. They are thick enough not to break and big enough. At $8.49 plus tax they are a cheap way to protect tires. Mine are over a year old now and going strong.
Those things must have 101 uses -- I cut up several to get some unused lathes and a mill off the concrete.
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Thanks for all the info. Looking at crushed concrete. is ther really a chemical reaction between rubber and concrete
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Gordon Thanks for the article on tires. it was a great help in decided what to do and how to store.
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