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Old 03-23-2013, 09:07 PM   #1
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Inner Dual Valve Stem - One Piece No Extender

I would like to have valve stems installed on my inner duals that are long enough to extend through the outer wheel to allow me to mount my TPMS sensors without using any extenders.

A quick measurement shows I need stem that are around 8.5".

Do they make a single stem this long? If so who sells them?

I've tried Gemplers, Six Robblees and a few others. The longest I've found so far is 5.5" would require a 3" extension.

I have braided steel hoses now and one developed a leak where it connected to the solid stem. SO now my mission is to eliminate extra connections.

22.5" Tires on steel rims.
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Your Tire Shop Supply | Supplies for Tire Shops

SC7383 Schrader truck valve extensions 6 1/16"

This is what I used on my inner duals. I have Alcoa 22.5's also
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Old 03-24-2013, 12:38 AM   #3
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Your Tire Shop Supply | Supplies for Tire Shops

SC7383 Schrader truck valve extensions 6 1/16"

This is what I used on my inner duals. I have Alcoa 22.5's also
Great selection, thanks for the link.
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They run about $120 but boy are they worth it! New valves for both inner, and outer wheels.


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You can get TPMS where the sensor is mounted inside the rim. Might not solve the need for an extender. tiresafeguard.com

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Dually Valves on now, happy camper here.
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I also have the duallyvalve valves and love them. On installation, however, the inner stems for the 2012 F53 chassis I ordered for did not fit. They sent a 6" straight stem, and the installer, after calling the company, needed to bend it about 30 degrees.
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