Are you tired of buying tires ?? See what we do to make them last longer and protect them from UV Dry Rot. Try this method and see for yourself how it works. We suggest using a water-based UV protectant on all your cars rubber, vinyl, leather, and plastic and we mean, all!
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TRY THIS METHOD AND SEE HOW IT WORKS FOR YOU!!
We share with you how to EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR TIRES DRAMATICALLY YOUR CAR OR TRUCK!
The Tires in this video was treated once every 3 months with 303 UV Protectant a waterbased conditioner. Here is how you do it: Spray the sidewalls and tread down every 3 months WITH 303 conditioner, let it remain on the tires for a minimum of 12 hours, the longer the better, that's it!
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So I bought some brand new rims and tires and decided to treat them like the video said before I even put them on the car. the rims are 20's with 30 series tires and the car is dropped and we all know that's worse for tire wear so... I figured why not try because I want to get the most out of them. I can fully report that the car DOES NOT lose any handling characteristics and attributes or lose grip even in rain. The car grips and handles absolutely the same. Even better is I've gone 365 miles to date and still have the new tire beads on the cent part of the tires were the most wear should occur. Those beads go away once you drive 10 miles. I have cars in my dealership showroom with 18 miles and they are gone already. This alone shows how well this thing really works. I wish I could post a picture to show the tires after 300+ miles with literally close to 0 wear. Thank you for this video. If the main reason you haven't done this yet is you're scared of loss of traction, I own a KIA Stinger GT 3.3t with tons of rear power and I assure you there is absolutely NO NONE ZERO ZILTCH ZIP NADA loss of grip or handling I promise. 👍🏾💯 Great find!!
+Sweet Project Cars people should also put this into perspective. let's say it takes 30 miles for those new tire beads to wear off after driving. I've gone over 300 which is 10 times the amount! imagine getting 10 times the amount of tire life then you're supposed to? what about only 5 times? how many people out there would be happy getting 2 to 3 times the amount of tire life?
+Sweet Project Cars it's funny because so many people doubted you. And I said to myself why would a certified mechanic put his name and credibility on the line and tell customers and people that are going to watch his video to put something on their tires the main thing that holds their car on the road something that would make them crash or lose traction then be able to come back and sue you if this thing didn't work LOL. So I said to myself hell why not try it and lo and behold this is probably one of the best and cheapest investments for your car. Only three hundred plus miles but I'm already impressed.
Mike, a couple of questions - Do you lower the car and take it off the jack with each tire or do you leave the car up on the jack for each tire so that the entire tire dries completely before lowering the car? If you lower the car off the jack doesn't that leave an untreated area on the tire tread where the car rests? Also, do you wipe the 303 protectant off off of the tire rim or do you leave that on too?
Don't forget to treat your spare tire too.
+Sweet Project Cars Thanks for your reply about the tires, Mike. What about my question concerning the 303 protectant that gets on the rims when you are spraying the tire sidewalls. Do you wipe off the rims or leave the 303 on?
I have seen a few vids on 303 and yours as well even if your front end is aligned and everything okay how does it stop the tyre wear on the tread I was telling my friend about your vid and is he is abit intrigued and this is one of the questions he asked me and since your into detailing and using the product all the time you may be able to share some light on the subject
Rigga 1963 after years of using the product we noticed our customers were not replacing their tires as often and that's when we realized that dry and hard rubber wears much faster. so we delved in deeper and tried it on our own rigs and now we know softer more supple rubber lasts longer just like leather, we kick ourselves because it was pretty much common sense and we missed, if its is softer and not dried out it cracks less and takes the wear and tear much better.
I use 303 on brand new tires...inside and outside. I get my tires in the mail from Tire Rack.com.
I carefully remove all the stickers and use alcohol or brake clean to remove all glue residue from the stickers.
Spray with 303, saturate. I let them set overnight and wipe off the excess the next day and them get them mounted.
303 is the nectar of the gods. I just replaced my timing belts on my motorcycle (Goldwing) and the rubber gasket from the timing belt cover was very stiff and brittle. Since I didn't have a new one and didn't want to wait and order one online, I put the gasket into a gallon ziploc bag and sprayed the heck out of it. I let it sit overnight in the bag and the next day it was soft and pliable. Not only was I able to finish the job but saved $40 in the process. Amazing stuff.
Hmm what if i out them on used tires without taking them out? Do you think thatd worth it or should i wait until getting new tires? (I usually buy used ones anyway, bad habit..l at leas with the old one, i havent got new tires to the “new” used car. ( i dont have a way to take them of the rim...)
So why isn't it used on the same belt at the beginning? If the product is so good treat the other half of the belt. And clearly he is adding way more pressure on the first belt also the shine on the 2nd belt and those tire you would slide everywhere. Wonderful product add though haha
Hello Mike we do this to give you an idea to possibly try the product and see if it works for you we believe once you do try the product you’ll see that it works better than anything else out there on the market this is not an ad we do not get paid one penny from the company we are sharing this out of the goodness of our heart to help other people who are willing to give it a try if you read the Google reviews on 303 UV you will see that we are exactly correct about how awesome it actually is once you try it you will see that and then we would appreciate that you come back and give us an updated comment
Very interesting, I think I will try it.
I am a 303 fan. Here is what I found out. I cleaned a collection try, that sits between the two front seats. Then I sprayed it with 303 and let it sit in the sun for an hour. Well there was not much still wet to wipe off, but the whole tray looked new, like I painted it with clear coat paint! So I tried the same technique with my headlight lenses. Well then it did not work so well.! Dribble stains were left on the lens, that I could not easily remove! Damn! I still think 303 is the boss when it comes to anything with rubber! Oh the longer it sits on your tires before you wipe the excess off the shiner they will end up. Note with gloved hand work the 303 around so that it is mor even, so that the end luster is the same for the whole tire.
What if you need an alignment will this still keep the tread from wearing too quickly my cars alignment is barely off but the front tires 50,000 tires brand new
I got six months out of them before seeing the wires coming out of the tires closest too the outter firewall of the two front tires help????
Heli-WorX Aerial Media we only use this https://amzn.to/2JMng0C they have many products and many do different things but we found this works the best for everything we do. the other part numbers are usually for marine use and for different bottle sizes..we found what we share in the SHOW MORE of the video description works great for all items on a boat car or in the home
Sweet Project Cars awesome! I actually got my hiking boots soaking right now in 303 and hopefully they come out nice and last a long long time because as you know shoes are expensive. I’m doing my tires today. Thanks for your videos! I’ve watched almost 30 of them in the last couple days. Love it. 303ed the whole Interior of my truck as well last night.
Great job mate. Wish i cud use it..Over in ireland they have us by the balls tho. We have a yearly N.C.T (national car test) and if ure tyres are out of date they fail you. It wud b great if they wud let people pass the test with the outstanding protection and enjurance that your product produces. Its great stuff.😊
Just the other day, I went to discount tire to have a screw taken out and have a plug inserted into my tire that has plenty of thread left .The salesman takes out his thread gauge and says you need a new tire and I told him no, it's got plenty of thread left. There's always someone trying to sell you something you don't need.
D Monty thank you for sharing, we are with you on that tire tread depth is always a user preference some people like to run them down to where they are bologna skins and that's their choice to do that we say buy tries when you feel unsafe driving on them thanks mike
Hey bud,I’m in the states for Xmas and I’m wanting to pick some of this up while I’m here (can’t see it in any shops in the U.K.) I’ve noticed there are a few different types of 303 ,is there a certain one I should get or will they all do the same job?
The BFGoodrich customer service doesn't recommend spray 303 inside their tires, but it's okey spray them outside. That's what I was told a few minutes ago. I sent them a link with this video, so you have a view from them :)
marijeishere of course they don't want you to spray the tires!...no tire manufacturer wants you to...and guess why? same reason the car dealers want you to bring in your car so they can service it at 120 bucks an hour and keep you connected to them so they can sell you a new car again.
+Sweet Project Cars actually there are some payment options that recently opened, but I think I can get it easier in(or from) Germany.(read the descrption below)
Thanx a lot man. You are doing a great service to the community worldwide. Keep it up 👍
neurodrchris what we are recommending my friend can be found here in the "SHOW MORE" of the videodescription if you look here https://photos.app.goo.gl/nGB3PohwzrJ9hirh8 for a desktop computer or here https://photos.app.goo.gl/dY6Wz16qnroYHDsK6 for a cell phone you will to find all the tools and
Good video! Thanks for the tip , man. A guy has to save what you can these days and especially on car parts. I'm gonna give this a try. Have you seen if it makes a difference on tires that drive on dusty gravel roads once in a while? Also, does winter road salt or beet juice affect it? Thanks again
Gotta try on my motorcycle tires, they melt like butter on a hot day , maybe 5-10000 miles if lucky and cost upwards of a hundred a piece but are a quarter as much rubber as a car tire.
Plus ! Nobody wants a blowout on a bike!
Tom you’re very correct the 303 aerospace is really all you need for just about everything we don’t even mess with any other product when it comes to conditioners for all rubber plastic vinyl and leather
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