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Old 02-20-2012, 07:18 AM   #29
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Thanks Brian; Do you know where can I get a bucket of blue steam? or maybe some instant post holes.
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:28 AM   #31
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Dam Danny, Ya ever heard of Google? It's kind of a search-all engine.

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I knnoww ? but then get these ad's and people want to me buy all this stuuffff!
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Uh, this might be a dumb question, so I figure it's appropriate for this thread. Where do you find summer air in February?
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I use a crushed Viagra , put a little in each tire. Rub sidewall to increase pressure. Show pics of Rosie odonell to decrease.
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I have been looking everywhere for the striped paint you guys used to do your decals. Any ideas? Down in the South Pacific we have a different problem to you Northerners - when we get a flat tire, it goes flat at the top. Much harder to see.
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Uh, this might be a dumb question, so I figure it's appropriate for this thread. Where do you find summer air in February?
The reason you are having problems with finding summer air right now is that it's just about time to put in the spring air. Summer air isn't needed until sometime in May.

Be careful when shopping for air for tires. Chinese air will leave your tire needing more half an hour later.

Helium in your tires will lighten your load, improving fuel mileage but you may have trouble keeping your vehicle parked in one place, especially in a stiff breeze. Also, helium filled off road tires will give a higher pitched hum when driving on the road. A blowout will sound like someone popped a duck.

Seasonal nitrogen is a wonderful stimulus package for tire dealers.
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I have been looking everywhere for the striped paint you guys used to do your decals. Any ideas?...
Your problem is you are lookin gfor the wrong thing. You don't want striped paint. You want a striped brush.

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Down in the South Pacific we have a different problem to you Northerners - when we get a flat tire, it goes flat at the top. Much harder to see.
True but the solution is still the same; just turn the tire over. An added bonus is the flat will be easier to see.
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[QUOTE=GSGracie Down in the South Pacific we have a different problem to you Northerners - when we get a flat tire, it goes flat at the top. Much harder to see.[/QUOTE]

Yeah, and being below and somewhat sideways from the equator, you guys have to put the air in backwards.
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Now I know this has been a rough tax season. I just managed to read this entire thread and think that everything you folks are saying is perfectly logical.

I guess maybe this is along the same heading as why we use "Sham" poo rather than real poo. And why doesn't "Sham" poo look like real poo.
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I tried using laughing gas in my tires. I had a flat and everyone that passed by was laughing.
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