I seem to accumulate a mountain of wheels & tyres, and am considering storage options.
I know that they should be stored in the cool, away from sunlight, but am running out of garage space.
I'm contemplating storing a set of 5 wheels & tyres outside, stacked on pallets, to keep them off the ground, and covered with a tarpaulin. These will be my summer tyres in winter & vice versa, so will be rotated.
Any thoughts; is this viable or do I have to cart them up a ladder to storage space above my garage?
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10th Oct 2017 11:10 am
Member Since: 28 Aug 2014
I keep summer / winter wheels and tyres outside. Sunlight is a killer, as you say, so always covered. Pumped up to 20psi keeps the shape. Ive stacked wheels vertically in a stack, and in a row on their tread, doesn't seem to make any difference. Richard
Member Since: 08 Jul 2014
Location: Tyne and Wear
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