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Can vehicle tires filled with water?

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Off road vehicle tyres can be partially filled with water for increased weight, traction and less side wall flex. Water can't compress so do not fill more than 50% or some thing with give(can't compress water). Not suitable for high speed or doing jumps. Great for front wheel drive vehicles on dirt road or mud, i.e drag racing.

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