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Old 09-21-2011, 02:36 PM   #1
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Not sure rather its best to store MH with the jacks down or not? Does it matter if it sits on concrete or gravel? If not on jacks should I put something under tires to help preserve. And yes, I have tire covers on the tires. Any info or suggestions would be helpful,,Thanks
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I put the RV tires on Wood, put the tires to pressure and check them all winter long.............. no jacks down at all...... never had a problem
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I run the wheels up on boards and put the jacks down. That's what the jacks are for.
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Tires on boards, jacks down, spray lube the exposed shaft and wipe clean before retracting in the spring.
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