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Old 05-10-2004, 10:57 PM   #10
speedyHAM
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If you have moisture in your tires some of it will be in liquid form as small droplets on the inside of the tire for normal driving. Hard driving will heat these droplets into vapor, which makes a huge difference in the pressure in the tires. If you fill your tires at a typical gas station air line you can usually see water droplets coming out of the line when you start the air flowing. That water in your tires causes the pressure build up.
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