Just wanted to let ya'll know that after I deflated my tires and filled them up with my new air compressor set up I have less vibration at highway speeds. I guess the air inside had a lot of moisture and debre. My new compressor set up has a filter and water seperator, and I keep the tank drained. I never really thought about this until last week when I filled up my girlfriends 4runner at a gas station after i put the tires to 20psi for a campging/wheeling trip. the station's compressor was practically pumping water rather than air. the nozzle was dripping with water. After that the thing has had some vibrations like wheel balancing. (she complained and I too noticed). SO i tried it on my truck first. I plan on doing her tires this weekend. I can't beleive i never heard of this before.... or am I wrong?
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