You have probably heard of the trend to inflate tires with nitrogen, the advantage being that the nitrogen structure is molecular larger than air molecules and hence will stay in the tire longer, so that you will not have to watch tire pressures as much.
Here are the facts, air in itself is 78% nitrogen, so with common air you have a good amount of nitrogen already, to inflate with air is cheap depending on where you get it possibly it might even be free!
Nitrogen on the other hand cost from $5 to $7 per tire, it does have another advantage it is dry where as air can contain moisture that over a long time can damage the tire structure, this can be a factor for our old collectables that don’t get a lot of road use.
The decision is up to the individual, air or nitrogen.
I suspect that like me, you will stick with air.
Suggested by Harold Williams
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