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Old 11-08-2000, 05:34 PM
SHYNE SHYNE is offline
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Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Ontario, Canada
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I completly understand what your saying and am suprised other people where confused by your earlier post. I was wondering if you know what to do though if your going to drive on a long trip in extremely cold climes (I'll be doing so around christmas to Quebec) I know for a fact that my family members up there have tires low on air in the morning hours due to night time temperatures below -25C and wind chills approaching -40C. Do you advise adding air to tires in those kinds of temperatures knowing they'll warm up on the highway somewhat afterwards? Any body have stories to tell on this topic? I have seen blow outs in the winter months around Belleville/Ottawa areas and wondered what I could do for peace of mind. Thank you MIKE MCKINNEY

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