Braded Extensions - Caution
I installed braded valve extensions on the four rear wheels of my MH in June of 2015. On July 3, 2016 I turned on my TPMS and received an alarm tone and a reading of 29 PSI on the left rear inside tire. Took some testing to figure out the braded line had failed. I paid @229 to have the four rear wheels dismounted and the inside tires deflated from the wheels so two new solid valve stems could be installed. I contacted the braded valve extension vendor and after sending them the four braded extensions, I was able to obtain a full parts refund. These are large wheel and tire combinations which are extremely heavy. It took two hours to complete the job so I felt the price was fair. If you have braded valve extensions, watch them closely. I might not have noticed the inside rear tire had a problem if I did not have a TMS.
John & Gloria Hunsaker FROG Member CA-0030-988
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