Interesting Air

Went test-driving this weekend and noticed something while on a Toyota lot. Maybe it was just this dealer, but every car on the lot had tires filled with nitrogen, and spiffy green metal air caps, too. If the OEMs are doing it, it’s definitely time for the lube industry to get on board.

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One Response to Interesting Air

  1. John Denholm says:

    This has been debated ad nausium on AOCA Talk. Most disagree with the practice of using nitrogen. It is not necessary for most applications. Most proponents cite studies done by nitrogen machine companies.

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