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HOW ABOUT THE PRICE of Airwheel Safety? [[first column]] If you think that you can't afford the extra safety that Airwheels give to your ship and pilot[[emdash]]here's a surprise for you. For several months now the cost of Goodyear Airwheels and the new Airwheel roller bearing brake has been about the same that you'd pay for ordinary wheel and tire equipment. You pay no heavy premium for the protection of real low pressure [[emdash]] which only Goodyear can give you [[emdash]] the protection of great soft pillows of rubber which roll over mud sand, snow, or ploughed ground. [second column] You pay no heavy premium for brakes so sure, so smooth, so powerful in their action that they will "stop on a dime." Maybe you think you don't need such equipment for ordinary landings. Maybe it's a fact that you don't. But when you [italics] do [/italics] need them - it may save the price of a good ship to have them on. Only Goodyear can give you Airwheel safety. Why take chances with less protection? For full proof of what Airwheels can do - write to Aeronautics Department, Goodyear, Akron, Ohio, or Los Angeles, California. [image: airwheel components] When you buy a new ship specify Goodyear Airwheels GOODYEAR EVERYTHING IN RUBBER FOR THE AIRPLANE
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