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Old 11-03-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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Do you leave the MH on the concrete when not in use or raise it up and get the pressure off the tires to keep tires from getting out of round when not in use? I had 3 cars when I was young and when I didn't use one of them for quite some time I could really tell when I took it out until the tire warmed up.
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Do you leave the MH on the concrete when not in use or raise it up and get the pressure off the tires to keep tires from getting out of round when not in use? I had 3 cars when I was young and when I didn't use one of them for quite some time I could really tell when I took it out until the tire warmed up.
Those were probably nylon tires.

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Welcome to the forum.

This is discussed a lot here and opinions vary widely. I've come to the conclusion that there is no single "right" answer but I store mine with the jacks deployed enough to take much of the weight off of the tires. It's also a good idea to place something under the tires which is a vapor barrier so the concrete doesn't suck moisture from the tires.... at least I think that's why it's a good idea.

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