Does anybody know how to keep boat trailer tires from dry-rotting so fast? I just had to replace mine, they're only 5 years old and almost no wear, but they were starting to disintegrate on the sidewalls due to dry rot.
Does it help if you jack up the trailer in the winter to get the tires off the ground? (It's not paved where I store my boat, and it's kind of wet sometimes in the late winter.)
Does Armor-All help?
Would inner tubes help prevent them from going flat when the sidewalls got dry-rotted? What about that green "slime" liquid rubber that you put into tires that supposedly prevents leaks/flats?
Thanks for any tips. Buying 4 new tires every few years gets old fast. :evil: