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Anyone using tire covers on their trailer? I was thinking of getting the covers Camping World sells. Are they worth the money / effort to put on? Do you just skip it, or have another way of doing it?
 

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I have a set that I have been using for over a year now and they work great. Not only do they protect the tires while in storage but and be put on and taken off in just a matter of a few minutes. They come sized for different tire sizes so be sure to purchase the correct size.
 

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Hi

I ordered mine with the trailer. Tire covers are easy to use and will extent the live of your tires. The UV rays attack the tires causing them to crack over time, even if there is plenty of tread left. In my opinion $$ well spent. Who wants to deal with a blow-out on the hwy.



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I had a set for my Kiwi but while they were in the public storage somebody took them
Good idea though since they do protect the tires from sun damage. The space is so tight where I store my Outback now (about 2' each side) I'm not sure its worth putting them on, I may opt to place plywood over them since I have some scrape laying around.
 

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Had a set now for three winters and since I store the TT in the back yard I thought it was a must. They seem to work pretty well, at least no blow outs! Course now that we've moved up to an Outback we'll be getting a full cover to protect it.
 

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Hi

Stensils work well unless someone else has the same name


Thor
 
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