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Old 01-08-2013, 03:42 PM   #15
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Inside extensions were straight. Outside extensions were J-shaped.
Where did you find the J-shaped extension?

My inner dual has a straight extension, just not long enuf for standard gauge to reach.
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Where did you find the J-shaped extension?

My inner dual has a straight extension, just not long enuf for standard gauge to reach.
All of the extensions came from the parts department at Foley RV Center, A/K/A Airstream of Mississippi. Brand name is Wheel Masters®. The straight extensions are aluminum, and longer than the plastic ones that came with the Interstate.

The J-shaped extensions are aluminum as well, coupled with additional straight extensions to lengthen the long side of the J. Now all of my valve stems are reachable with a standard chuck air hose; no need for a double-chuck. That means that, on the road, I can air up at any service station, and don't have to look around for a truck stop.
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Are those valves on each side of the liquid guage?
Who manufactures the long tire guage in the center?
Yes those are high pressure needle valves.
All the tire guages in the pic are 20yrs old, Milton brand.
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All of the extensions came from the parts department at Foley RV Center, A/K/A Airstream of Mississippi. Brand name is Wheel Masters®. The straight extensions are aluminum, and longer than the plastic ones that came with the Interstate.

The J-shaped extensions are aluminum as well, coupled with additional straight extensions to lengthen the long side of the J. Now all of my valve stems are reachable with a standard chuck air hose; no need for a double-chuck. That means that, on the road, I can air up at any service station, and don't have to look around for a truck stop.

Thanks for the info.
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