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Old 12-18-2015, 06:12 PM   #13133
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Sad news to report here folks. Had successfully killed a thread, The Off Topic Thread for just over two months when a fellow Thread Killer came along to save it! Now without any question we can add a new alias for this individual!

Dennis, Ack, Aka Cletus, Possium and now Nanny Nanny Do Gooder!
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Cookies all made, 14 dozen to be exact and time to throw this thread on the fire. BYE BYE
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Old 12-19-2015, 12:30 AM   #13135
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Sad news to report here folks. Had successfully killed a thread, The Off Topic Thread for just over two months when a fellow Thread Killer came along to save it! Now without any question we can add a new alias for this individual!

Dennis, Ack, Aka Cletus, Possium and now Nanny Nanny Do Gooder!
Well durn it all, I dun bin peekin in at this here thread and saw rigger mortise had just about set in an Old Timster has to opennerup and announces here that I all's a NNDGer.

Is there no shame?

Oh the humanity.
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Old 12-20-2015, 09:55 PM   #13138
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It's going to be cold here tonight... so I was wondering if I should take the air out of the tires and bring it inside. Has anyone ever tried this? I was thinking of storing it in balloons. I could use six different colors so I could be sure that I get the right air back in the right tires. Or maybe I should rotate the air when I put it back in.
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It's going to be cold here tonight... so I was wondering if I should take the air out of the tires and bring it inside. Has anyone ever tried this? I was thinking of storing it in balloons. I could use six different colors so I could be sure that I get the right air back in the right tires. Or maybe I should rotate the air when I put it back in.
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Good ponder Bear, my question is, What are you calling cold?
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It's going to be cold here tonight... so I was wondering if I should take the air out of the tires and bring it inside. Has anyone ever tried this? I was thinking of storing it in balloons. I could use six different colors so I could be sure that I get the right air back in the right tires. Or maybe I should rotate the air when I put it back in.
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With all that effort getting the air out, I would definitely rotate the air as I put it back in. The tires will wear much better that way unless you do it too often of course!
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Good ponder Bear, my question is, What are you calling cold?
It's gonna get down to 40 here in Milledgeville tonight. That's colder than my Norcold.
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Old 12-20-2015, 10:29 PM   #13142
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It's gonna get down to 40 here in Milledgeville tonight. That's colder than my Norcold.
Just as I suspected! You really don't have to go to all the trouble as your tires were manufactured much further North and then filled with good Southern Air giving a good manalgamation of hard rubber and hot moist air!
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With all that effort getting the air out, I would definitely rotate the air as I put it back in. The tires will wear much better that way unless you do it too often of course!
Getting the air out won't be that hard. I may loose a little air cause I'll have to use a bunch of balloons but if I work fast I think I can have a 96.43% success rate. This was calculated by using the front axle weight divided by going 0 to 60 in the left lane.
I haven't quite figured how to get the air back in yet, but I'm pretty sure it will involve Pathagereum's therum and octane rating.
Thanks for the advice.
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Just as I suspected! You really don't have to go to all the trouble as your tires were manufactured much further North and then filled with good Southern Air giving a good manalgamation of hard rubber and hot moist air!
Too late... I've already bought the balloons. And I already have a good womanlmagation. She's laying on the sofa wondering if she could have done better.
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Reinstalling the air will not be that difficult if you wait until the end of the day tomorrow. As the tires cool down the warm air from the balloon will be sucked in.

Vicious circle here as the now warm air will be cooled (possibly freezing and fracturing under stress) and the cycle would have to be repeated in order to warm up the now cool air. Perhaps a set of tire warmers instead of winterizing the air?
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Reinstalling the air will not be that difficult if you wait until the end of the day tomorrow. As the tires cool down the warm air from the balloon will be sucked in.

Vicious circle here as the now warm air will be cooled (possibly freezing and fracturing under stress) and the cycle would have to be repeated in order to warm up the now cool air. Perhaps a set of tire warmers instead of winterizing the air?
Good science I'm sure... Were you ever on the Red Green show?
And, where can I find those tire warmers?
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