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Old 06-06-2009, 10:29 AM   #1
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180 degree steel valve extension

Anyone know where I can find these. Have seen 135 degree. need the 180 if possible.
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I understand what your going thru. I bought 3 different types to fit my outter rear wheel with the ss simulator. Finally took off the simulator and cut a small section out to fit the 135 degree valve extention. I even got them from Tiffin as I thought for sure they would have the correct ones as they put on the simulators. Nope! I wonder if it has something to do with the 19.5 wheels. Just got back from a 3000 mile trip and had no adverse problems at all. Execpt it was easy to check the tire pressure.
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jeepfreak, I feel better that someone knows my pain. Thanks for the info on a solution.
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Richard S. thanks for the info, just what I looking for
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I am not sure what the need for 180 degree extensions is. The dual air chuck works fine on my outer dual, 22.5" wheels with a Freightliner cover. My inner dual is a little harder because I must reach between the duals to remove the valve cap. I don't have extenders and wish to avoid them if at all possible.
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Anyone know where I can find these. Have seen 135 degree. need the 180 if possible.
Here's another source also. http://www.rvpartscenter.com/prodsel...ID=110&CID=348
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J Walker. My hand won't fit between my duals. I have Transmitter for my TPMS. Need to take the transmitter off to air tires currently not able to do this. with extensions i can take the transmitters off.
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