We live in Iowa and store our 40' pusher on a concrete pad adjacent to an out building.
Which is better
1. Leave the jacks up and store it on the tires
2. Let the air out and use the HWH jack system to just lift the coach to reduce the weight on the tires
3. Let the air out and lift the coach off the concrete so that there is no pressure on the tires.
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Some will do number 1 and some will do number 2 and some will do nothing and leave it on the tires If mine I would do option 2 an grease the jack shafts there going to be exposed for a while I've seen some wrap a towel around them and strap it in
Mark Anderson - Nebo NC - western NC - RV Restoration tech - 9 Doggies - Outdoors person
1990 33ft Wilderness Cimarron 33X
I put pressure treated 2x10 under the tires and jack the MH up to take pressure off the tires and suspension. Then cover the tires. No probs with air leakage. Also place long pieces of 2x10 under the jacks to disperse the weight. Works good for me.
I live in south jersey, I run my tires up on rubber mats, I raise the MH all the way up on the jacks and then put blocking under the chasis and retract the jacks, Put the wheel covers on. never had a problem..
Bob & Karen & Buddy "yourkie"
2008 Winnebago 39W Destination DP
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee