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Old 03-04-2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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Tire Pressures & Monitor

I am not an expert by any means but have just had a "Pressure Pro" air pressure montor system on my coach. I am going thur a learning curve adjustiing to the system. Each tire has a sensor screwed onto each valve stem. I am also having installed a "Cross Fire" system on my rear duals which equalizes the pressures on the dual tires. I Also find out that I will have to install a short braded extenion on my tag axle and bolt to the center hub to be able to check pressures manually to check and see if the Press Pro is working properly. Anyone out their have a Cross Fire on your coach and is anyone running a air monitor system on your coach. I would appreciate any feedback on this subject. Thanks Clarence - Houston
PS: I will be running 110 psi front and back.

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Old 03-04-2012, 08:32 PM   #2
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We have had a Pressure system for about 5 years. It's been a really good addition to our RV. Getting it set up correctly on each tire can be a bit tiresome but when that's done I think you'll find the PP will be more accurate than a tire gauge.
We do not have a Cross Fire nor do I see the need for that particular system........for me. I can't understand why you would have to install a braided extension. Rigid extensions are available and IMHO are more reliable.
I do have a question though.......110psi on all tires seems a bit high to me. have you had the coach weighed and then checked the tire mfg. inflation tables for the correct psi for the weight on that tire?
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