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Old 04-25-2012, 10:10 PM   #29
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Do the tire dealers that "sell" nitrogen vacuum the air out prior to installing nitrogen?
Not an insult by any means, but common sense prevails on this. On a closed pressurized system, whether it's fluid or gaseous, you have to relieve the pressure and volume in the existing closed system before you add anthing else, otherwise that closed system will not accept the new charge. Think of an old school car cooling sytem, before expansion bottles. If the coolant is only good to say 32 degrees, but it's full and you want to get it protected to, say zero. You can't add more antifreeze concentrate without letting some of that coolant out of the cooling system.
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I'm the original poster of this thread and I just now sat and read through every reply, everyone posted. I classified them as, positive, negative and neutral.

Sad to say that most reply's thus far are negative, at least in my perspective. I wasn't looking for an endorsement on putting N2 in my tires. I just wanted to see what sort of inteligent reply's I would see. I appreciate honesty and candor. Being an old soldier myself, but now an educated and professional businessman, I can appreciate candor. It was a fun read.
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I live in boulder co , we have really dry air , if anyone wants to buy some , I could send bottles !!!!
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