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Old 03-19-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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Newbie Question About Valve Stems.

Heading out this weekend for the first time in our new Coachman Pursuit. I want to check tire pressure first. Looked at the outside back tires and could not find valve stems. Also, where are they typically located on the inside tires? Any help will be appreciated.
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Ford does not supply valve extensions on the rear inner duals on the F53 chassis and motor home manufacturers typically do not install either. The valve can be accessed through a hole in the outer wheel liner. A "truck style" reverse air chuck works best with this type or you can have a valve stem extension installed with a stem stabilizer at any tire shop.
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Thank you for the reply. That was very helpful!
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Old 03-20-2014, 01:37 AM   #4
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Dual wheel valve stems, inner and outer wheel, are generally found 180 degrees from one another. With no aftermarket braided lines or longer valve stems, checking and filling can be difficult through the small holes in RV rims. A search of this forum will reveal lots of ideas for what we do to make this necessary job easier.
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