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Old 03-09-2017, 08:16 AM   #1
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Dually valve stem extensions

22.5 aluminum wheel, looking for extenders that attach to outer dually wheel to keep valve stem extenders from flopping around during rotation. what do y'all use? I am a female whose job this has fallen to as husband now can't bend and turn well and I want to make this job easy as I am sure it needs to be done daily when travelling.
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This is what my Freightliner chassis uses to stop vibration. Use with 3" stainless extender. Available on line or dealer.

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dually valve stem extenders

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Call Freightliner 1-800-FTL-HELP 1-800-385-4357 with the last 6 of your VIN, they can give you the part numbers.
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I had these put on my new to me motorhome-no leaks like with braided valve stem extensions.
DL4AAOS Chrome Duallyvalve Kit

Les Schawb in Junction City Or put 'em on for me. About $350 for drive and tag axle.

I carefully measure tire pressure each day (no TPMS for me, yet) and I've found that I only need to add air once a month, as the tires hold air very well. I bought a pancake-type 120vac air compressor that will do 150 psi. I carry the air compressor and a 50' air hose with me. The onboard generator means I can air up anywhere.
I would go with the dually valve stems and TPMS first, if I had it to do over again.
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thank you very much, this was just what I was looking for.
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Cats eye

Had no way of checking or adding air to inside rear wheel. Had "cats eye" system installed. Works great. Can check for proper air at a glance when walking by.
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The easiest way to check tire pressures daily is to use a tire pressure monitor system. You can also monitor your toad as well. Multiple models are available in installation is screwing on the sensor on the tire valve stem. Lots of posts about systems on IRV2.
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