Just be sure the outer end of the extender hoses are firmly tied down. You do not want them flopping around. Also they should be attaching to metal bolt in valve stems
and definitely not rubber snap-in valves as vibration from small amounts of movement of the hose and TPMS sensor can fatigue the low pressure rubber valve stems.
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