Oh I hear what you’re saying. A TDS of 17 doesn’t imply any “purity”, it only implies the current across the ions measures out at a net of 17. That has no relation to purity, only the net current measured across the sample.
A low TDS from a meter doesn’t account for toxic silicates, which can...
Understood but a TDS meter directly measures water conductivity and calculates hardness from that reading.
you can’t measure water hardness via TDS meters at all, no matter how “calibrated” it appears to be.
What device are you using to test your water? If you’re trying to measure the hardness of your water with a TDS meter you’re likely wasting your time. It’s not a direct measure of what’s in your water.
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As the .47" is the overall DIAMETER change, that means the RADIUS is changed by 1/4" (.235"). The car would be raised by 1/4" and the fender gap would be reduced by the same. If you went with a shorter tire of the same amount, the car would be lowered and you would gain fender gap.