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Old 01-23-2014, 05:24 PM   #1
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Dually Valve Stems--Order

Today I tried to order the Dually Valve Stems for our 2008 32LA Ford chassis and was asked the following questions.

1. What is your wheel size? 19.5"
2. What is your Inner and Outer wheel type? (Ex. I-Steel, O-Steel; or I-Steel, O-Aluminum; or I-Aluminum, O-Aluminum)
3. We need to determine the stabilizer shape and size. What is the shape and size of the hand holes on the wheel? (Not the simulator cover)
Ex. Oval or Round
Ex. 3" x 1-1/4" or 2"

I had already told them the wheel size, 19.5, so not sure why they asked again. Hoping for some help with questions 2 & 3. The wind chill here is in the teens and I really don't want to get out of a warm home to take these measurements. Just too cold for a Texan. So, any help with questions 2 & 3 will be greatly appreciated.


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Old 01-24-2014, 09:43 AM   #2
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I have my Dually Valves on hand and ready to install when I get a chance. When ordering I chose steel for both I, and O (inner and outer rims) as i do not have any alum wheels.

The holes on my wheels are oval, and if I remember right they were 3.5X4.5 as measured by me after I took off the chrome simulators.

You did not indicate where you were ordering from, but I have found that . . . Dually valve kits for Motor-homes, Busses and 6-wheeled chassis
has more choices.

The size of the holes is important because of the rubber insert for the holes to hole the elongated valve stem.

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