Where to fill tires with Nitrogen air?
Which shops in the GTA/North York area do this? I heard it should be $20?
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For current tires.jm1 wrote: ↑Oct 1st, 2009 1:25 amCostco also does this for new installs. Do you mean fill up your current tires or new installs?
I would never pay extra money for this. Although interesting in theory, I very much doubt it'll make any difference in the real world where air can leak out for many reasons. However, if you really want some nitrogen, I can offer you a deal: for $10, I'll fill up your tires with 78% nitrogen! That's 78% of the nitrogen at only 50% of the price!
For another $5, I'll make sure most of the remaining 22% is oxygen, too!
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In the shops defense, there are N2 filling stations that are being marketed to dealers and repair shops and my understanding is that they've been quite successful. The reality however is the fact that unless you're pushing your tires to the upper limit of their operating conditions, you will notice ZERO effect from N2 in your tires.
Oct 1st, 2009 8:20 pm