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Old 07-24-2013, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by bighemi04 View Post
Nitrogen molecules are bigger and when put into a tire they are supposed to leak much less. Persoanlly I think its a racket for tire shops and car dealers.
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Originally Posted by gonefishin776 View Post
I agree. Like I said, air is ~75% N2 anyway. So at worst case scenario, there is only 25% left to "leak out" faster than N2.
i agree too. but not fully. i agree in the sense that it doesnt make sense the only 20psi of air when air is mostly N2 so to use it to prevent more leaks is pointless really.
heres the but, N2 is much cleaner then air and this will help keep your rims and tires from rotting away sooner. so theres a benefit
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