I'm gonna throw out there that when you guys say 'oxygen' you're actually referring to 'atmosphere'. Oxygen is flammable...I wouldn't be putting that in my tires...rolling around on squishy bombs.
I guess I don't really get it, though. I mean, atmo is already over 70% nitrogen anyway (~20% oxygen / ~10% 'other' [rounded figures]) so what discernable advantage would there be to simply completing the 'missing' 30% of nitrogen from the atmosphere? IMO, the greatest advantage would be that nitrogen from a static-cleaned tank is dry, and dry is good. Atmosphere has moisture, and depending on the %RH when you decide to fill your compressor tank and pump it into your tire you'll get varying degrees of moisture in there, and wet is bad.
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What I wanna know is how you evacuate all of the "air" and replace it with nitrogen completely?
those places that sell "nitrogen" probably don't. and you end up with a mix of only about 85% nitrogen as opposed to regular "air", which is about 75% or so. they get to charge you for it, too, which is great for the tire companies.
stick with regular plain old "air" and remember to check your pressures...
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i give up...