Everyone around here seems to be promoting Nitrogen in tires. What are the benifits and does it really make that much of a difference? Enquiring minds want to know.
That's kinda what I thought too.Out of curiosity I searched for a little more info on this process. I found this article.
The Straight Dope: Is it better to fill your tires with nitrogen instead of air?
It basically say's there is no true benefit for the average consumer if they have to pay for a conversion. If it's offered for free with new tire installation. There's no harm in having it done.
This was pretty much my train of thought when I read this thread. I'm also sure there are articles describing the benefits to the average consumer. So take it all for what it's worth. Make your own decision.
LOL RIOT!I have 79% per cent nitrogen mixure in my tires. It is called air.