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Old 02-19-2012, 09:54 PM   #15
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Living in Houston, we never have to change our summer air.
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:03 PM   #16
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Kinda off subject but, When you change the air in your tires, do you do the 3000 mile blinker fluid refill?

I try to wait till oil change time and ask the employee at the jiffy lube to check the blinker fluid levels. They tell me that I am responsible for that. You would think a $75 oil and lube would cover that.

I use the expensive Helium in my tires. Seems to give me 43% MPG gain.

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I like to use "Natural" gas so I can tell if I have a leak when sitting in camp. But lately, mine doesn't stink. Maybe I need a change in diet or start drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon.
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I knew there was a reason I scour the threads on this forum. You never know what valuable information you will glean from more knowledgeable contributors. Can't believe I almost missed this informative gem.
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Old 02-20-2012, 03:18 AM   #19
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If insomnia doesn't keep me awake, heartburn wakes me up. So here it is at 2:17, wide awake and reading the latest.
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I'm sure the summer fuel is about ready so there's nothing wrong with putting that summer air back in.
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Old 02-20-2012, 05:50 AM   #22
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Living in Houston, we never have to change our summer air.
Ummm.... Summer air automatically becomes winter air when the seasons change to winter. You also have fall air and spring air. It gets real confused when it becomes equinox air. :truestory:

Let me help you with that, Gracie. Newbies.....

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Reading these posts makes me think a lot of people have way too much time on their hands . .... Wait... I'm reading them and responding...looks like I too have way too much time on my hands. But, isn't that what retirement's all about?
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Some days, it seems like I work more or harder than before I retired.
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Ou, ou, ou... The famed and fabled Flux Capacitor! $175,000.00. I don't even have one, but I ordered a spare in case the one I don't have breaks.
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And be sure not to get the air made in China, it always leaks out slowly and you have to keep putting more in, so it really isn't any less expensive in the long run...
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You could always sell the lead to make up for the air loss.
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