Tire Life in the Southwest

Discussion in 'Tires / Brakes / Bearings / Axles' started by Garrity, Aug 1, 2018.

  1. Garrity

    Garrity Member

    Feb 6, 2018
    I've been reading a lot about tires here and online. I'm wondering what folks in these types of climates are using for their replacement schedule. I was thinking I may do every 4 years based off what I read, but wanted feedback from others.
    A lot of folks mention the conditions you store them in. Being in Arizona, dry rot for tires is a big concern. My PUP is stored in our garage away from all elements but heat and dry air. I do not have tire covers for when we are out camping though. I also check pressure and visually inspect both tires and the spare before we leave each trip.

  2. SteveP

    SteveP Well-Known Member

    May 21, 2015
    Five years is a good lifetime for tires. I recently made the mistake of saying "I'll replace them after this trip."
  3. joet

    joet Well-Known Member

    Mar 16, 2011
    Elkins WV area
    UV light is what causes dry rot faster than anything. With your being keep inside away from sunlight they should be ok for 5 years. providing they are properly maintained
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