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Old 02-19-2012, 04:19 PM   #1
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I'm thinking of putting the Summer air; back in my tires early this year" ? What do you think!
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I usually use the multi-seasonal air. It cost a little more than the single season air, but I think it's worth it.

BTW, does anyone know of a good place to buy fire-proof pickles. My local store stopped carrying them, however they still do have a good supply of dietetic shampoo.
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Old 02-19-2012, 05:07 PM   #3
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I prefer the all-season natural nitrogen. That way you don't have to worry about the solar flux or magnetic flux index when traveling north or south.

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I prefer the all-season natural nitrogen. That way you don't have to worry about the solar flux or magnetic flux index when traveling north or south.

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You can now buy defluxed air in either shorts or quarts. It prevents all the problems you can have with high-flux-charged air like shortness of pants and high stools. It is also latitude and longitude netural. A real benifit when travelling sideways.


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how does all this affect the price of potato's
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I prefer the Artic Air Charge, this helps combat the desert heat in summer months so tires run much cooler.
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Old 02-19-2012, 07:15 PM   #7
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I usually use the multi-seasonal air. It cost a little more than the single season air, but I think it's worth it.

BTW, does anyone know of a good place to buy fire-proof pickles. My local store stopped carrying them, however they still do have a good supply of dietetic shampoo.
Walmart has those pickles you're looking for. I saw them in between the cordless extension cords and microwave freezers.

BTW: I hope you guys aren't wasting all that perfectly good air from last year. I like to recycle it and use it to make balloon animals for the kiddo's
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I prefer to run Canadian Aire in my 5er tires. It seems to keep the tires cooler. BTW, it is not affected by north, south, sideways travelling or altitude. Made in Canada, not China.
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I prefer to run Canadian Aire in my 5er tires. It seems to keep the tires cooler. BTW, it is not affected by north, south, sideways travelling or altitude. Made in Canada, not China.
Better check the label again...I bet it's imported
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Walmart has those pickles you're looking for. I saw them in between the cordless extension cords and microwave freezers.

BTW: I hope you guys aren't wasting all that perfectly good air from last year. I like to recycle it and use it to make balloon animals for the kiddo's

Great, I'll have to check at wal-Mart. Maybe they have that solar powered flashlight Iv'e been looking for too.
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OK, I hate to brag...but, this summer we will be traveling in the mountains of the Northeast. I just installed a decompression activator actuator with the optional silicate canister for our on board air compressor. It's suppose to compensate for changes in altitude and maintain a preset constant tire pressure in all tires. It also offers a power assist on opening/closing the rear lavatory toilet seat, depending on the position of the pressure switch. The DW LOVES this feature. It's still on sale at Tractor Supply and located in the back next to the male bovine solids dept. Have a great Spring everyone! Bob
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I's love to fill my tires with Canadian air again, especially with the high price of traveling sideways on the Oregon coast, but with the falter dollar and the high price of doonies and loonies, who can afford it!
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It's still on sale at Tractor Supply and located in the back next to the male bovine solids dept. Have a great Spring everyone! Bob

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Don't bring any of that d#@* air down here to Florida.
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