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Old 11-04-2013, 05:24 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by RRJR View Post
I would be raising the trailer to take the weight off the axel & tires. Some tires will get a flat spot if parked for long periods with weight on them.


We move the trailer at different times during winter after looking at exactly where the wheels are positioned so as to change that. That's the best we want to bother with.

I did read that when stored on the ground, it's a good idea to put tarps underneath to keep junk from getting on the bottom of the trailer in bad weather.

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