if seasonal, or monthly, does it make sense to put the axles on skids to relieve some of the weight on the tires so they don't flat spot? I don't mean floating the tires, as I have scissor jigs between them to stabilize the sway when moving in the trailer. Just release half the pressure. Thoughts?
Just my thoughts. We live in SC, so our TT is never more than a month or two from it's next move. That said, I do worry about flat spots, and if I couldn't move it within two months, I'd jack up each side, and turn them a 1/4 or 1/2 turn by hand.
I wouldn't recommend it. These rigs aren't meant to be supported that way.
Mine sits in the shed all winter on the tires, and I haven't noticed any flat spots.
I think all the tires now days are radials. The old bias ply tires were known for getting flattened out when sitting for and extended period. Radials don't seem to have that problem.
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow
thanks, just bought a pair of dual wheel covers in black,(I have scissor locks), and I want to get them screened with #71 Dave Marcis graphics in white. Old time nascar fan here. Also put tires up on slabs of treated 2x10s. We have grass campsites.