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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob77064 View Post
    Use the same amount as you would in the cooling system.
    Quote Originally Posted by Guesseral View Post
    So 50/50.
    Which makes it a bunch more expensive than Rim Guard, Citrus based non-corrosive ballast, or CaCl.
    Unless of course you get the tires loaded for free.
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Rim Guard (-34f) is about .28cents a gallon +/- and can only be installed by a dealer. Splash RV antifreeze (-50) $260 and (-100) $490 for 55 gal. drum.
    List: RV Antifreeze | O'Reilly Auto Parts

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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Many dealers will sell you rimguard to install yourself. I bought my Rimguard and pumped it in myself.
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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Messicks in PA sells a 55 gal drum of Sprayer Winterizer for $109. I would think this should work in tires if you're not looking for the maximum weight of Rimguard or CaCl.

    Or maybe you can find something at local marine or RV store for similar price per gallon.

    Why don't stores sell the RV type stuff in concentrate so you could mix your own, or can that stuff not be diluted with water? Seems expensive to package and ship the diluted stuff, even in 55 gallon drums?

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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    I paid $750.00 to have the rear tires filled with Agrim-lim 50 on my LS7010. -ls7010-jpg

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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Copp View Post
    I paid $750.00 to have the rear tires filled with Agrim-lim 50 on my LS7010. -ls7010-jpg
    Never heard of that stuff but calculates out to 4.57 per gallon installed cost.
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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    [QUOTE=KILWERBZZ;3064475]Rim Guard (-34f) is about .28cents a gallon +/- and can only be installed by a dealer.
    I know this price is wrong. At that price I could fill my 7010 for $45.36 (162 gallons). Even at 2.80 per gallons only cost $453.60. That sounds more like it but still only 60% or what Ralph Copp paid for the agrim-lim which I have heard nothing about. I wonder if it is a calcium chloride type or some type of lime based.
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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Copp View Post
    I paid $750.00 to have the rear tires filled with Agrim-lim 50 on my LS7010. -ls7010-jpg
    Actually a little mis-spelling there. It is Agri-Lim and is only available in Ontario Canada according to their website.
    Seems a bit more expensive than the Rimguard but might have more weight. Web says it not corrosive and good to -50C.
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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    I know antifreeze in cars gets weaker as it ages, does this happen when its in a tire, or is the aging due to running through a pump and the heat cycles? I havent filled mine yet, not sure I need it.

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    Default Re: $300 to load rear tires

    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn1320 View Post
    I know antifreeze in cars gets weaker as it ages, does this happen when its in a tire, or is the aging due to running through a pump and the heat cycles? I havent filled mine yet, not sure I need it.
    Heat cycles in a tire? Compared to what, circulating in an engine?
    We have too much gun control.
    What we need is more idiot control.

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