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Old 06-23-2014, 06:55 AM   #15
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I plan on getting valve extensions on my tires, what type should I get, I read on this forum some of the extenders leak, don't need that LOL, just had blowout few weeks ago, anyway, I have a MH, hubcaps on tires, so what type is best? And how much would it cost installed, I am retired and on fixed budget, but can't check air pressure especially on dual wheels
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Air pressure

The dually solid stem in wheel valves I had installed were $125-150 installed.
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Note that the wheel cover had to be modified to improve access to the valve on the left. My tire dealer did this as part of the install. I recommend that you check your access before leaving the dealer to ensure it is wide enough and that they remove any burrs.


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Old 06-23-2014, 10:09 AM   #17
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I plan on getting valve extensions on my tires, what type should I get, I read on this forum some of the extenders leak, don't need that LOL, just had blowout few weeks ago, anyway, I have a MH, hubcaps on tires, so what type is best? And how much would it cost installed, I am retired and on fixed budget, but can't check air pressure especially on dual wheels
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Long metal valve stems are probably "best".
However I've used the SS braid covered extensions that came with my "Link Cat's Eye equalizers": Link Cat's EyeŽ - Innovative Products for the Transporation Industry, for over 12 years, (100k miles), with no leak problems.
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