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Old 07-16-2016, 08:32 PM   #15
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Got to thinking, all tire manufacturers in the U.S.A. state that if their tires are operated underinflated the warranty is void. If their tires are run 20% underinflated they are considered as "run-flat" and should be replaced.
Perhaps that's why the company slickest1 talked about replaces tires by 4 months.

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Cost for your set up is $8,990 plus any local taxes. * Installation is $1500 in Texas. * Time required will be around 3 days.

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You already have a tireboss system. When tires start spinning forward or backward. STOP, assess the situation. Use your shovel front and back, don't forget the front tires and keep them straight, air the back down, and walk out. Then air up. But it's so much easier to sit and spin and tell your partner to call for help, right.

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