Originally Posted by mitsuguy
Technically, yes, but there is no simple way... It includes going to your local compressed gas facility and paying rental on a nitrogen tank and the fills for it....
Not worth it, not one bit....
Nitrogen filled tires for a fee have to be one of the biggest scams ever... All of the supposed benefits, and not a one comes to fruition... If you have a race car that depends on pinpoint pressures throughout a race, maybe... But that doesn't apply to 99.9 percent of us here...
I also understand nitrogen slows down oxidation around the seal/bead area of alloy aluminum rims
as they get older to prevent air leakage.
I own a Lexus '00 RX300 without using nitrogen, and after 8-9 years, the psi was losing pressure
every week around the tire seal.