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    Tire Rack tire storage

    Got the wall mount up to store my summer/winter wheels and tires. Very happy with it! Well built piece!

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    Re: Tire Rack tire storage

    That looks nice and they're off the floor for the twice a year need. Beautiful looking man space ya gots there too!

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    Re: Tire Rack tire storage

    I've heard some hit or miss reviews about it... but I still would like to get one.

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    Re: Tire Rack tire storage

    Very nice! I've been tempted to pick up something similar. Found a good article a while back on tire storage tips:

    Tire Tech Information - Storing Tires

    Points worth considering from the article:

    • Place each clean and dry tire in its own large, opaque, airtight plastic bag (such as lawn and garden bags) for storing. Avoid allowing any moisture to remain and remove as much air as practical (some drivers even use a vacuum cleaner to draw out as much as possible). Close the bag tightly and tape it shut. This places the tire in its own personal mini-atmosphere to help reduce oil evaporation.
    • While Seasonal Tire Totes make it neater to store tires, easier to carry tires and reduce the possibility of depositing brake dust, dirt and grime in the trunk or on the back seat during transportation, Seasonal Tire Totes are not airtight nor designed to prevent exposure to the atmosphere. The recommended solution would be to place each clean tire and wheel into the airtight plastic bag and then cover the sealed bag with a Tire Tote.
    • Place the tires in a cool, dry location. It is better to store tires in a dry basement or climate-controlled workshop than in a standard garage, storage shed, hot attic or outdoors. While basement and shop surroundings tend to remain cool and dry, conditions found in typical garage, shed, attic and outdoor locations often include a wide range of hot and cold temperatures, as well as seasonal precipitation and humidity.

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    Re: Tire Rack tire storage

    Very cool Jeremy, thanks for sharing.

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