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Old 04-06-2012, 07:48 AM   #15
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Get real... They're never that accurate.
You're right, 31.5, my mistake
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Officially a member of the Old Geezers Club, I have a knee that gives me fits. To work the kinks out, I stop every couple of hours and walk around the rig. I use my Official Old Geezers Club (a cane my daughters gave me) and tap on all the tires, listening to the "ring" sound of the tire.

Although I have a tire pressure system, I do this little walk around anyway. Seems to help my knee more than the tires
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I use my Official Old Geezers Club (a cane my daughters gave me) and tap on all the tires, listening to the "ring" sound of the tire.
But wait... I read that you can't do this!
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