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Old 12-08-2011, 11:09 PM   #4
Scarrzz
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I was slightly relieved to read the bit about (paraphrasing) "If the [stored] tires have been exposed to temperatures less than 20 F, let them warm up to a minimum of 40 for at least 24 hours."

That would seem to indicate to me that the rubber wouldn't be damaged by the cold temps as long as it was allowed to warm up properly before being put under stress.

Even in El Paso last winter we had three consecutive nights where the temp got down to 3-5 degrees below zero. My garage was below 20 F.

If I have to I can move to Florida... I like the beach, but then - SUDDENLY: Salt !
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