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Subject:  Re: Nitrogen in Tires Date:  12/3/2019  10:02 PM
Author:  pauleckler Number:  5817 of 6570

If you have ever worked with a compressor, you know it is standard to drain water out the bottom of the compressed air tank. It follows that compressed air is saturated with moisture. Ie, 100% humidity for the temperature.

If you have air in your tires, the water can freeze to ice.

Nitrogen should be dry.
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