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Old 01-29-2011, 02:30 PM   #1
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Tire Air Pressure

I just got a Class A back in November. I went out to get it ready for our first trip on the 18th.
How in the world do you check the air pressure in the rear wheels.
I have tryed every thing i had left over from our Class C. seems like the vavle stems are on a driffernt angle.
I won't say anything about getting my hand stuck between the tires.

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Old 01-29-2011, 02:49 PM   #2
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Hey Dave,

You need valve stem hose extenders sold at Camping world and almost everywhere else.
You may have to take off the rear outer wheels to install these but once you do, it will be a piece of cake to adjust the air pressure.
Wonder if the previous owner took these off of your RV and installed on his new?

Onward and downward,


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This is a new unit. i'll check out camping world monday, Thanks
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One of these should work on a class A

You will need the same type on the air compressor to put air in the tires also.

Or you could install Inflators
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