I'm surprised you have cracking in the sidewalls of your tires on a 2010 model RV. Jerry
I read about cracked tires on motorhomes all the time, but is never discussed on other vehicle forums. I wonder what that is all about. Is the rubber on truck tires different, or is it simply that the tires sit around too long, exposed to the elements?Our 2007 is garage kept, opposite the garage window, so it's pretty much in a cave. Five years so far without any cracks. I never apply any type of tire dressing either.
I have heard that most tire shine sprays are not good and produce sidewall cracking.
"I don't know if the rubber compound is any different, but I have heard that tires that are in motion (being driven on) will be less susceptible to dry rot. The reasoning was that the constant flexing prevents the dry rot."Sounds like what's wrong with my body, no flexing!