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03-22-2013 06:59:56

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I know a few people that run nitrogen in their tires and swear by it .
I have to wonder what the ratio is ? If you pulled the core and let a tire go flat there is still a lot of air volume inside the tire ? So would half and half be about 89% ?

One of my buddies pulls a large camper through the mountains , so he runs nitrogen to keep the tires cooler .

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03-22-2013 10:40:46

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 Re: NITROGEN CHARGED in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-22-2013 06:59:56  
Most of the better quality (EXPENSIVE) tires s hould have DRY air pressure. Therefore, like aircraft tires, nitrogen should be the dryest air in any cylinder.

So, No2 is preferred to keep tires fron rotting from the inside out. I always let some air out of 'dem "quarter" machines until the water quits squiring all over my fingernails. Then I put the rest of my 25 cents worth in the tires of my road equipment.

Nitrogen is mandatory in high flyer-type airplanes so the tires do NOT go FLAT while in the wheel wells. Constant pressures at COLD altitudes. 100 miles high.

John,PA So NITROGEN CHARGED should mean "dry gas".......I assume.


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03-22-2013 10:59:19

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 Re: NITROGEN CHARGED in reply to DRY NITROGEN.John,PA, 03-22-2013 10:40:46  
J-PA did you not say you smoked it from time to time and that is why your posts are just a ramble now and then?

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03-22-2013 07:13:29

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 Re: NITROGEN CHARGED in reply to Ken(Ark), 03-22-2013 06:59:56  
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"One of my buddies pulls a large camper through the mountains , so he runs nitrogen to keep the tires cooler ." REALLY? :roll: :P

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