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Old 06-08-2010, 06:27 PM   #1
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After checking a few threads on here, I went to Crappy Tire & Lowe's. They both carry the Rainfresh brand of filter. The cheapest charcoal filter, the CF2 for chlorine, taste & odour is 11 bucks @ Crappy or a pair for 19 @ Lowe's. They both carry a couple of more expensive charcoal models that filter lead & VOCs.
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"Crappy Tire"? There's really a place with that name? Wow..

I get my filters mail order for a place out of Florida. Air Water & Ice. Good quality filters at a good price.
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:37 PM   #3
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"Crappy Tire"? There's really a place with that name? Wow..
LMAO, actually it's slang for Canadian Tire. There are urban legends about Canucks using their "Canadian Tire money" in adult entertainment establishments in the US.
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LMAO, actually it's slang for Canadian Tire. There are urban legends about Canucks using their "Canadian Tire money" in adult entertainment establishments in the US.
My son, who has been living in San Francisco for 13 years, still misses Crappy Tire, he truly enjoys reading their weekly flyer and a visit there when he is back home here. Nothing in the US - he says - comes close to a true Canadian Tire.

By the way, I hear through unofficail sources that the days of Canadian Tire money are numbered. Could be collector items...

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By the way, I hear through unofficail sources that the days of Canadian Tire money are numbered. Could be collector items...

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I have heard the same thing in the media. "Sandy" should be able to retire now.
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After checking a few threads on here, I went to Crappy Tire & Lowe's. They both carry the Rainfresh brand of filter. The cheapest charcoal filter, the CF2 for chlorine, taste & odour is 11 bucks @ Crappy or a pair for 19 @ Lowe's. They both carry a couple of more expensive charcoal models that filter lead & VOCs.

Wondering if all the Rockwood use the same water filter? If so, anybody have any dea what filter is used?
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