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Old 02-15-2010, 05:43 PM   #43
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FWIW IANE With all due respect, I do not agree that filling with 100% nitrogen is the same as filling with air. When you have a chance to monitor the pressure as you drive it is very clear there IS a difference - as defined by "The laws of Physics." Not all matter has the same coefficient of expansion and contraction. I also agree that it might not make a "Hill of Beans" in the final analysis when it comes to operating a MH. But it sure does have advantages and it is Not Just Hot Air. Along the same lines, I have wondered if the Tire Charts address Air and 100% Nitrogen? If Nitrogen pressure does Not rise with operation are we under-inflating by using the Air Chart? I see a 10 to 15% rise with Air and less than 2% with 100% Nitrogen.

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