I did some searching but came up empty handed.
My trailer tires are a year old and are starting to dry rot to all hell. I do not put any type of tire cleaner like armor all on them. I do apply stuff to the tire that is approved by the tire manufactures and does not contain petroleum or silicone. I keep them covered 99% of the time it is not in use as well to protect against the sun's uv rays. Is there anything else i can do to try and stop this from happening? What works for some of the guys on here? The conventional wisdom i have found online does not appear to work very well for me. I am going to be buying new ones here soon and do not want this to happen again so quickly.
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