Originally Posted by Stonehands
Having fun with our new to us 2004 Fleetwood Bounder 35B. We are located in Michigan where winters can get interesting. We are in the process of building a shelter for our RV as it wont fit in our pole barn and have a question regarding tire covers.
We will be using a full size RV cover for winter storage but was wondering if tire covers are worth the investment. Do they help? Also in same regard, will it have any negative impact on the tires if parked on concrete pad or should the tires be on top of wood or rubber pad.
We live in WI, had the same concerns and situation. My Morton garage door was too low, still thinking about adding on an RV garage section. Went out and bought a MH cover and wheel covers instead.
Here's what happens after 2years of the same cover...at least it comes off easier than they go on.
BTW, the tire covers and UV protectant are probably doing their job, but nonetheless the tires needed replacing after 4-5 years. I don't believe there is a perfect solution.