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Old 07-01-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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Tire treatment

What is the safe treatment for keeping the tires looking nice? Mine are kinda brownish, not a nice black color. I don't want to put something on there that will not be good for the tires.
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I use 303. Safe and adds UV protection. Scrub them clean first then let dry and apply.
I do this after each trip.
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There are numerous products that will help block the UV rays as well as keep them looking awesome. Just read the labels and stay away from products with "petroleum"
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I use 303. Safe and adds UV protection. Scrub them clean first then let dry and apply.
I do this after each trip.

X2. I use it on slide out seals as well.
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303 also. And keeping tires covered as much as possible. Click image for larger version

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Another for 303. Use it on all rubber products.
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OK, sounds like 303 is the way to go! Are there different types of 303, or can I just go to Autozone and ask for 303?
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You will want the Aerospace 303. Sometimes can be tough to find locally.
http://www.goldeagle.com/product/303...ace-protectant
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OK, sounds like 303 is the way to go! Are there different types of 303, or can I just go to Autozone and ask for 303?
Only one 303 for this application and most auto parts stores carry it but it is not cheap. You can order online for a much larger bottle for much less $.
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Only one 303 for this application and most auto parts stores carry it but it is not cheap. You can order online for a much larger bottle for much less $.

I got a 1 gal container on EBay for about $50. 303 Protectant is what you're looking for. They also have a fabric protector.


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OK, sounds like 303 is the way to go! Are there different types of 303, or can I just go to Autozone and ask for 303?
303 is the stuff. If it's rubber or plastic. Keep your eye on Amazon. Every once in a while you will find it on sale. I bought this gallon a year ago for $35 and free shipping.

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Get the free sample from 303. Let us know if you are impressed.
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