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Old 07-15-2016, 08:07 PM   #1
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Self inflating tire system

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As I understand that rv motorhome class A some times will be a nightmare when stuck in the MUD or so

So is it possible to install a self inflating pressure tire system from Tireboss as they used for heavy duty equipment such as the trucks

It's a good system but if you need to install in the RV the unbidden system for such as pipes .....etc. it's suck the looking for the RV will be very bad

We need to discuss weather if this company could provide for the rv but should be hidden

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Old 07-15-2016, 08:16 PM   #2
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Uh...what?

Motor homes are not designed to be driven in sand or mud, so what's the point?
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Old 07-15-2016, 08:22 PM   #3
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Uh...what?

Motor homes are not designed to be driven in sand or mud, so what's the point?

I believe Hamood lives in the Middle East and might be driving in desert sand....
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I expect the cost of this system for the average RVer would be prohibitive. Personally, I've never had our MH in a situation where this system would be an asset. If I were expecting to drive in deep-loose sand, snow, or mud, I would carry a set of strap-on chains for the drive wheels.
Some RV group rallys are held in a fairgrounds open field, and if it rains some get stuck in the soft ground, but the organizers seem to always have a group of wreckers and farm tractors on standby should the need arise.
It's just my opinion, but this is a solution in need of a problem.
During all my years of RVing, I've only gotten stuck once, while towing a 5er with a 2WD pickup. That was resolved by the CG owner with his neighbors 4WD farm tractor, didn't cost me a cent.
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I believe Hamood lives in the Middle East and might be driving in desert sand....
Your correct am leaving in the middle east area and my trip in weekly basis to the beach but I saw a lot of rv in the state stuck in the beach because of the sands
..etc so I belive this is the best solution for all if you don't need to stuck any where and make your trip nice
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Old 07-15-2016, 08:37 PM   #7
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This is an example

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I hate to say it, but those are kind of fun to watch :-)
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I hate to say it, but those are kind of fun to watch :-)
Same here if am in Thier position so I will hate my trip

That is why if this system could help all the rvs so it will be helpfully to install but as far I know that used for trucks and not motorhome or I can say never see like this system install in the motorhome

So if we contact the company TIREBOSS so they have a solutions for the motorhome as well

And what's the price they will ask for
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My so works for a company that runs trucks off road with severe uphill pulls and rough terrain. They use these systems they call cti central tire inflation. They will lower the air pressure as low as 40 pounds and the traction they get is unbelievable.
That said these are open wheel trucks with no wheel wells so they have the room for the tires to contort to any shape. Not so with a motorhome.
The cost and installation nightmare would make this unrealistic in my opinion.
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My so works for a company that runs trucks off road with severe uphill pulls and rough terrain. They use these systems they call cti central tire inflation. They will lower the air pressure as low as 40 pounds and the traction they get is unbelievable.
That said these are open wheel trucks with no wheel wells so they have the room for the tires to contort to any shape. Not so with a motorhome.
The cost and installation nightmare would make this unrealistic in my opinion.
It's grate but as per the cost it's nightmare as you said

But this will be benifi for the users as I understand with TIREBOSS you can use the exist tires and extend the lifetime upto 40000 KM +
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Their website has a form to complete in order to get a quote. Maybe you should fill it out and see what they say.
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Their website has a form to complete in order to get a quote. Maybe you should fill it out and see what they say.
Noted

I will sent for them an email along with quote form
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It's grate but as per the cost it's nightmare as you said

But this will be benifi for the users as I understand with TIREBOSS you can use the exist tires and extend the lifetime upto 40000 KM +
With the CTI system I mentioned they use the existing tires as well. In the conditions they are running in their worst case scenario was replacing a set of tires (8) in six weeks.
They average a set of tires every 4 months.
By running tires deflated in a condition where you are stuck you are putting alot of undo stress on these tires that they are not designed for, hence would I want to be running down the highway at highway speeds after that?
I just can't see extending the life of tires 40,000 km That is a red light statement to me!

I did not mean the cost was a nightmare but rather the installation might be.
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