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Old 06-08-2013, 08:21 PM   #1
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Wink Spare Air !

Who's got a couple of spare cans of summer air. I lost some when I was rotating it out with the winter air. The tires look like their ready for it!

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Old 06-08-2013, 08:29 PM   #2
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Tried to download summer onto my computer ; just got a incomplete download warning and other system failures.
Personally I blame Microsoft, for the lack of suitable summer weather.
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You started changing the winter air to early. You need to have at leased two straight weeks of true summer weather before you must change the air. This info should be taken with a grain of salt because it came from Tony the tire man. Hope this helps.
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Old 06-08-2013, 10:35 PM   #4
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We have plenty of Summer air in Texas right now. Problem is that is doesn't ship well.... you have to be present to collect it.

Be here next week. We'll have 100 degree air available somewhere in the State. I promise that it is capable of removing all Winter air with just one infusion.
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I already got my summer air changed out while I was down in the Florida Keys a few weeks ago.
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I already got my summer air changed out while I was down in the Florida Keys a few weeks ago.
I guess I retreated north too early, at my winter home , temps 113f today with an overnight of 84. Here at the sticks & bricks , we haven't had 84 daytime yet.
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I filled my tires last summer with summer air. When I need a nice summer day I just let a little out of one of the tires and instant summer day!
I have a lot of great things for sale if anyone is interested, lakes, bridges etc.
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In SoCal we keep summer air in the tires year round.
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Great picture !
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Due to the confused weather we've had for months, I've had to go back and forth with winter and summer air. I wish someone would invent a year-round air to keep things easier. I could travel more if I didn't have to leep changing air. Also do I need to change air in my cargo trailer (2 tires), or just the MH (8 tires)?
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They have it's called All Weather Air, it should be in the same area that you buy Winter and Summer air. The only problem is it's about 10% higher.
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We have good clean clear cool air here in Oregon and we are keeping it
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