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smokeater1

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This past week I installed a set of Duallyvalves to replace the factory screwed on extended valve stems. Huge improvement. They are one piece solid valves and come with a big grommet to fit in the wheel rim hole to steady the long stem. Now I can finally easily add air to my rear duals !  Now for the Pressure Pro setup.....

Jack.
 

midnight

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smokeater1 said:
This past week I installed a set of Duallyvalves to replace the factory screwed on extended valve stems. Huge improvement. They are one piece solid valves and come with a big grommet to fit in the wheel rim hole to steady the long stem. Now I can finally easily add air to my rear duals !? Now for the Pressure Pro setup.....

Jack.

I need to find the same for my motorhome. Would you have a picture and where did you get them from
 

smokeater1

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I bought them here :  http://www.borgtiresupply.com/index-dv.htm

The tire shop I used charged me $10 per tire to install them.

Jack.
 

smokeater1

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Yes, they were a little bit $ but I was really just done with the flimsy valve stems that came with my rig. The extensions made it very hard to add air. Now it's a snap.

Jack.
 

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