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Old 04-30-2005, 08:23 AM   #15
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They are held to the outer wheel in what appears to be a very secure fashion. The opening in the outer wheel has a very heavey piece of rubber that holds the extender very firmly in place. I don't think this has caused any problems. If it has, I'll find out pretty soon when I put the new extenders in.

I'm thinking of having Crossfires installed in the near future.
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Don,I have the extenders on mine,they are the braided stainless steel type that works for me. Also have the spring type holders that fit in the slot of the wheel to keep them from flopping around.
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I've had to take the rubber grommets off on both sides because they seem to cause a loss of air. I think the valve stems have turned a bit and to bet them back into the grommets means putting pressure on them and that must cause the leak.

I may get the Crossfires sooner than I expected. They have the braided steel hoses.
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