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Old 05-06-2018, 10:08 PM
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Question Do you treat new tires to protect them?

My old tires have been through the ringer and I've got to replace them soon. They basically have mud stains on them that I can't scrub out to save my life. Tire black helps a little.
Do you put some kind of protectant on your new tires that helps keep them black over time? I'm sure mine got this way from years of salt and sand exposure from Canada and the NC outer banks. My next set will live in a more temperate environment, but I still want to protect them so that when I'm out on the town, I don't look like my jeep just rolled out of a mud pit (although, there is something to be said for saying "Yeah, I actually wheel my Jeep").

When you put new shoes on your rig, what do you folks do to protect your rubber investments?

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