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Top pro riders use road tires that have been left in a cellar for a few years. Would this make mtb tires better as well with getting harder and hence less rolling resistance?

Also is there any product to apply to the rubber, inside and out that rejuvenates the dried out rubber? These questions have been playing on my mind.
 

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Top pro riders use road tires that have been left in a cellar for a few years. Would this make mtb tires better as well with getting harder and hence less rolling resistance?

Also is there any product to apply to the rubber, inside and out that rejuvenates the dried out rubber? These questions have been playing on my mind.
So you would let the tires age (dry out) and then treat them to restore them? :eek:ut:

No. Just ride them.
 
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