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Re: Calcium Cloride

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Harvey2

04-22-2014 04:51:02
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If you cleaned and painted your wheels,why do you want to put the calcium cloride back in them?
If you need weight, go with the stuff that doesn"t corrode the rims.
But thats your choice, you could go with wheel weights and not be concerned about having to paint the rims as often.




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JMS/.MN

04-22-2014 07:34:49
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Harvey2, 04-22-2014 04:51:02  
CaCl has been, for over SEVEN decades, the cheapest way to add weight to tires. It also adds the most pounds per gallon compared to other juices. Rims don"t instantly rot when in contact with CaCl like some would have you believe. Just fix the leak when it leaks, not months later. One of the most needlessly over-argued issues here.



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Lazy WP

04-22-2014 05:19:27
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Harvey2, 04-22-2014 04:51:02  
Why wouldn't he? Good tubes and valve stems, and he won't have to worry about a thing. You wanna bees make me laugh.



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Chris Jones

04-22-2014 05:49:35
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Lazy WP, 04-22-2014 05:19:27  
Normally I'd be why take the chance but every $ counts and I have the fluid. And it was in those tubeless tires for over 40 years and when I removed the tires (switched from turf to Ag tread) I was astounded to see spotless wheels on the inside. The outside of the wheels looked like what you'd expect on a well used 46 year old tractor.

I guess you can say I'm being cautious as this time I decided to use tubes wen mounting the new tires. Hopefully upping the chances of a trouble free next 40 years. Those darn tubes cost me $20 each plus the $12 each for mounting the tires with them.

I guess I could have installed the tires w/o the tubes and spent that money on say washer fluid but the tires I put on while quite good aren't new and I hate tires that loose air/water.

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robert major

04-22-2014 22:52:27
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Chris Jones, 04-22-2014 05:49:35  
Hi If those tubes you put in aren't the finest quality genuine rubber you'll be seeing them again pretty soon, especially if you got cold winters. had a new tube put in our chore tractor with fluid. it lasted 3 months and got a flat. I pumped it and repaired it, as tire shop wasn't interested. 3 months later same thing. this time it ripped right the side of last patch. 10 swear words later and $200 spent tire went back on with Kleiber top quality tube, and fluid back in. that was 4 months ago and tires get a hard life on out tractor with Canadian winters. Tire guy won't fit new tubes made in the land of not quite right anymore,said he was loosing too much time and money on repeat calls for tube failure a few weeks later. He figured ours at 3 months was a good one when I got the new tube. Regards Robert

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bill mart

04-22-2014 05:29:30
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Lazy WP, 04-22-2014 05:19:27  
seen the quality of inner tubes these days? Bill



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Alan K

04-22-2014 06:28:46
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to bill mart, 04-22-2014 05:29:30  
I agree with you there.



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Glenn F.

04-22-2014 05:24:02
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 Re: Calcium Cloride in reply to Lazy WP, 04-22-2014 05:19:27  
Boy, aint that the truth. Our DC CASE has had calcium in the rear tires for 63 years.

Glenn F.



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