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i keep my wifes and mother-in-laws all season tires in my basement over the winter as they both have sparate snow rims and tires. i keep them off the concrete floor, on a piece of fiberboard. any other tips? should i let all the air out, or leave them full?
 

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i leave my chrome rims/summer tires, on the concrete floor, with nothing underneath them in the garage all winter long and they are fine, leave them full of air, then before i throw them on, i fill them up a little due to the loss of air
 

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Johnny Bling Bling
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they are on their sides on top of each other. wasn't sure about draining the air or not.
 

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Dont worry about it. Left the summers for the Cougar in the shed, doesnt hurt them at all.
 

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I've left mine stacked in the garage on their side. One spare is on the back of my Bronco, and regular tires are on the truck. No problem leaving them out in the open. They should be fine anywhere, as it's not a problem to have your regular tires that are on your vehicle open to the elements.
 
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