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Re: Snow in MD

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  • cub129
    Barry, Only fill them to just below the top of the rim. That way when the valve stem is up you can check air pressure without getting water in the
    Message 1 of 1425 , Jan 31, 2000
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      Barry,<br><br>Only fill them to just below the
      top of the rim. That way when the valve stem is "up"
      you can check air pressure without getting water in
      the gauge. Also need some air for
      "cushion".<br><br>Check out the firestone ag tires web page, they explain
      putting fluid in tires rather well.<br><br>Also check
      last couple of days on the CC forum (Bryan's site)
      they have been talking about that lately, Ken W. has a
      method.<br><br>Try a new cap & wires on that Cub. Could also try
      canvas side shields, they keep the engine warmer, dist.
      dry, and channel the heat back to you...Good
      Thing!!!!!
    • Bob Naylor RCN@ZOOMTOWN.COM
      Yes, just listed one on E-Bay under HAMILTONBOB Thanks
      Message 1425 of 1425 , Jul 7, 2009
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        Yes, just listed one on E-Bay under HAMILTONBOB
        Thanks

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