Here’s what I did.
I installed these hub mount dual tire inflators made by Wheel Masters. I went for the stainless braided hose figuring it would hold up better to the elements and road hazards.
Here’s a link to Wheel Masters web site. http://www.wheelmasters.com/inflator...inflators.html
I think The Crossfire Dual Tire Pressure Equalization System maybe a better system. I plan to install them on my rig.
Dual tires have their own set of problems. When you’re driving down the road, the inner tire's temperature increases due to in-board brakes and poor air circulation. This causes increased air pressure, which expands the inner tire's diameter. As a result, the dual tire configuration is now distorted - the diameters are unequal.
The Crossfire is a pressure equalizing and monitoring valve that is mounted between dual tires. It bolts to the lug, or hub cap. When it is installed, air flows from one tire to the other, maintaining equal tire pressure and load distribution.
They say it can increase the tires life by 20%, increase fuel mileage and improve stability, braking and overall safety.
It also is a single-point inflation system for both tires and has a pressure gauge built in.
Check it out. Here is their web site:
Is anybody else using this product? If so, how do you like it?