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Old 02-16-2018, 06:16 PM   #99
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Ever seen this garbage? This coach had this on board air pressure system on all 6 tires.


Didn't/doesn't the full-size Hummer come with a similar auto-inflation system on the wheels? I seem to remember seeing something like that when those big monsters first hit the highways.

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Old 02-16-2018, 06:58 PM   #100
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Didn't/doesn't the full-size Hummer come with a similar auto-inflation system on the wheels? I seem to remember seeing something like that when those big monsters first hit the highways.

Yes, Hummer and others have on board pressure control systems but the devices are hidden in the hubs, this is the ugliest device I have ever seen and is outside the parameters of the coach subject to catching on everything not to mention all the turning and moving parts.


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Crossfire equalizing tire valve

Those that have determined that Crossfire is beneficial should, IMHO, invest in them.
Myself? I have changed my dually pressure choice 3 times over 5 years. The Crossfire cost for that would be $342.
I saved over $1400 on 2 detected leaks via TPMS, where Crossfire could not have helped.
Like em? Buy em! There is no harm.
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