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Old 07-26-2014, 07:31 AM   #29
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Originally Posted by Clayobx View Post
Could be the valve core I had to adjust two for proper read. However, the absence of no reading on the inside duals has me stumped. I ordered the best valve extensions as recommended by TST about $50.00 still nada! Mike sent me the 507 like the toad uses. They may work I just haven't had time to program reprogram etc. I'll let mike figure this one out. I hope not to have to spend the dollars to remove the outside tires and rims and install fixed longer one piece stems, but you know how it really works!

All drive and tag wheel sensor are working fine. I replaced all of my wheel stems at the same time because I wanted to. The MAIN reason I got into that project was that I often having problems in this and my previous coach with screw on extensions that leaked. On this coach I also often found that the extensions would come unscrewed even when I was removing just the valve core or the sensor. So, I just wanted them all to match too. I'm too anal for my own good. :bang head:

The inner dual sensor problem I had on my previous coach was a tad baffling but it was, what it was. LOL Repeater fixed that nicely.

So...I'm still needing to get my butt in gear, get my tire valve tool out and play with my front valve stems to see if the cores are wound to tight...just like me sometimes. LOL

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