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Old 06-23-2022, 01:54 PM   #15
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Yes I know it seems silly to post about. I just needed validation lol. I just was (am) baffled. What a pain in the you know what. It's just been driving kind of off and was suggested to check pressure. The rear looked a little low. And it all went south from there....thank you. for the suggestions. New stems seem a definite when tires are replaced. So I'll look into those doo hickies for the tire thingies. Sigh. It's just everything so far has had to be so difficult. I just was hoping I missed something. Thank you again ������������

I use one of these to check dually tire air pressure, it has a built-in flashlight.
The inner valve stem should be 180 from the outer tire valve stem.
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Agree on how great the borg stems are...got mine thru Always Shiny Wheels and RV (will attempt to add a link below).

'Always Shiny' were recommended to me and I'm glad they were. I believe they're a small perhaps family-owned business, RV'rs, etc. which I'm happy to support. The lady that I talked to was super-knowledgeable, helpful, quick and efficient.

I added the Borg stems when I replaced my tires. I then added a TPMS and so glad I did.

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Can somebody please explain to me why it has to be such a darn or deal to check the air in my tires and put air in my tires. Why couldn't they make it so much easier, thanks a lot Ford. Guess you have to take the hubcap for the covers off of the tire rims just to check your air and add air yeah sure there's little holes for it but you guys no good you can't reach it not with it I'm so frustrated can someone please tell me what's the easiest way to remove those dang faceplates or hubcaps off the rim so I could do the air in my tires? Anybody have any suggestions anyone?

You can get extensions to make it easier. You can also get long necked pressure gauges and inflators. Any truck stop will have them.
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I use one of these to check dually tire air pressure, it has a built-in flashlight.
The inner valve stem should be 180 from the outer tire valve stem.
Ask question about RVing you wish, everyone here was a beginner at one point in time. I've been here since 2001,and I still learn something every day I sign-in.

That is exactly how JOSAM in Orlando installed my Toyos last year.

180 degrees separated - across from each other.

Use a shop that deals with RVs.
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Look into a "Crossfire" system. Has a gauge that reads pressure in both tires that you can see on a "walk-around. Stem to add aie that fills both tires. Put one on my dual's and haven't looked back.
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