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Old 06-05-2014, 08:45 PM
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Ok Prissy folks - NOS air for your tires is now available!!

I have recently found a " barn find" of a very large tank of NOS factory air... TEDIOUSLY recovered from thousands of unused spare factory tires....the container of your choice can have the following options ( upgrades) at a small additional cost - each, you are also responsible for the shipping charges to the prissy location of your choice.

send me your e mail and I can take a pic of the air and mail it to you - or if you prefer Fax...

1. free range - 10.00
2. glutton free - 10.00
3. not tested on animals - 75.00
4. filled by diversity employees - making 15.00 a hour minimum wage 100.00
5. Crist fee - 500.00

all deliveries will be fedex ground in a very very very large container ( this air has only been tested on original OEM - never been changed - ever ) tires ...but it should work on replacements just fine.......how you recompress the air to put back into your tires is your own problem

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Old 06-05-2014, 09:07 PM
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I just want to breath it in. Will you sell it in small shots? Maybe you could load it into old whipped cream cans.
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Old 06-05-2014, 11:10 PM
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Old 06-06-2014, 06:08 AM
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Originally Posted by Tripwire
I have recently found a " barn find" of a very large tank of NOS factory air... TEDIOUSLY sucked out of thousands of unused spare factory tires....the container of your choice can have the following options ( upgrades) at a small additional cost - each, you are also responsible for the shipping charges to the prissy location of your choice.

send me your e mail and I can take a pic of the air and mail it to you - or if you prefer Fax...

1. free range - 10.00
2. glutton free - 10.00
3. not tested on animals - 75.00
4. filled by diversity employees - making 15.00 a hour minimum wage 100.00
5. Crist fee - 500.00

all deliveries will be fedex ground in a very very very large container ( this air has only been tested on original OEM - never been changed - ever ) tires ...but it should work on replacements just fine.......how you recompress the air to put back into your tires is your own problem

Trip

Your tedious effort to sucking air has always been appricated by me ! At any price!
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Old 06-06-2014, 08:00 AM
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If I hadn't just bought a large supply of Chinese air off e__Bay last week, I'd be all over this....
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:11 PM
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If I hadn't just bought a large supply of Chinese air off e__Bay last week, I'd be all over this....


Hey, at least you can see what you are buying with the Chinese air, especially if it came from around Bejing.
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Old 06-06-2014, 01:30 PM
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Has this OEM air been tested for CFC's?

Will I need a license to legally purchase or install it?
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Old 06-23-2014, 04:32 PM
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I wonder if OEM air is more stable than 30 year old tire store air? Mine wouldn't stay in this tire at all!
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:33 PM
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NO, That's because those are not prissy approved tires.....
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Old 06-23-2014, 07:44 PM
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"Prissy Approved tires"...so....whitewall ATs

Or Xtra Grips?
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Old 06-24-2014, 12:51 PM
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Original Tracker A-T tires are not prissy. Scary to drive on, but not prissy.
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Old 06-24-2014, 06:07 PM
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Original Tracker A-T tires are not prissy. Scary to drive on, but not prissy.

Throw a pic of them up. I'm having trouble imagining a Tracker on a NT Wagoneer. I always thought they went on the WT Cherks and Honcho J10s.
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Old 06-24-2014, 07:17 PM
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I have some NOS air with an added bonus!
It is still inside the original AMC air canister/bottle.
Came from a Gremlin, but my research shows it's compatible with Jeeps of the AMC era.
Who wants it??
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Old 06-25-2014, 12:27 PM
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Old 06-25-2014, 12:55 PM
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Throw a pic of them up. I'm having trouble imagining a Tracker on a NT Wagoneer. I always thought they went on the WT Cherks and Honcho J10s.

Yes, since they are essentially a 31 x 10.5 in modern numbers, the 10-15LT Tracker AT was used on widetracks as you say. Ill have to get a picture up, but dont currently have one handy.
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1982 J-10 Sportside
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1978 J-10 Golden Eagle
Black, 360 QT, 53K original miles

and....12 more J-10s, 2 J-20 Wreckers, 1 J-300 Dually, 1 M715, 1 M725, 1 FC-170, 3 CJ-5s, 11 CJ-7s, 6 CJ-8s, 3 XJs, and a Comanche.
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Old 06-26-2014, 09:33 AM
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I know they were on the WTs, I have a 1979 Brochure that shows them. They are not listed as an option on NT rigs. So I've never seen any on a stock NT. 31x10.50 is usually mounted on the 15x8 steelies and that combo will BARELY clear the rear wheelwell lip on a stock Wag. 15x7" wheelss are the widest (I know of) ever offered on an NT.

None of this is important, I'm just going by your avatar showing a NT Wagoneer versus your statement about running the WT tires...those two things likely never happened AFAIK, so it doesn't add up in my mind. Could be wrong though.
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Old 06-26-2014, 09:37 AM
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I have some NOS air with an added bonus!
It is still inside the original AMC air canister/bottle.
Came from a Gremlin, but my research shows it's compatible with Jeeps of the AMC era.


WRONG. You can't use AMC car tire air in AMC Jeep tires! What's wrong with you? Jeep tires take more pounds of air. So its obviously heavier air for carrying heavier loads.

Besides, The Judges will take points off if you use car-tire air in Jeep LT tires. Its not correct. It'd be like Running "Jeep" hubcaps on an AMC Javelin.
Duh!
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Old 06-26-2014, 12:28 PM
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I know they were on the WTs, I have a 1979 Brochure that shows them. They are not listed as an option on NT rigs. So I've never seen any on a stock NT. 31x10.50 is usually mounted on the 15x8 steelies and that combo will BARELY clear the rear wheelwell lip on a stock Wag. 15x7" wheelss are the widest (I know of) ever offered on an NT.

None of this is important, I'm just going by your avatar showing a NT Wagoneer versus your statement about running the WT tires...those two things likely never happened AFAIK, so it doesn't add up in my mind. Could be wrong though.

My avatar was my first FSJ, but I now have a few more I fully agree with you, also.
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and....12 more J-10s, 2 J-20 Wreckers, 1 J-300 Dually, 1 M715, 1 M725, 1 FC-170, 3 CJ-5s, 11 CJ-7s, 6 CJ-8s, 3 XJs, and a Comanche.
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My avatar was my first FSJ, but I now have a few more I fully agree with you, also.

And your sig should end with "...and a partridge in a pear tree."
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