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Old 08-21-2014, 11:25 AM   #1521
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You bet I did, Had some barb style, eat like a pig it is such a treat. Been tiring to think of away to thank you. That was awful generous of you. Been meaning to send you a PM about it. To be honest that was one highlight of my trip getting that surprise. I thank you 100 x's over. My wife is calling me a hoarder now. It is well protected. Thanks again Youroo
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Old 08-21-2014, 05:40 PM   #1522
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Got the tires/wheels re-installed, torqued and it's back down on the tires. UPS just delivered the new HWT 06Series wheel, complete with hubcap for the spare. Will get the spare dismounted, re-mounted, balanced and installed tomorrow when I get TOWTA's junker state inspected. Anyone need or want a white spare wheel? Speak tonight or in the junk it goes tomorrow.
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Old 08-21-2014, 05:42 PM   #1523
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You bet I did, Had some barb style, eat like a pig it is such a treat. Been tiring to think of away to thank you. That was awful generous of you. Been meaning to send you a PM about it. To be honest that was one highlight of my trip getting that surprise. I thank you 100 x's over. My wife is calling me a hoarder now. It is well protected. Thanks again Youroo
And you D--- sure didn't share with your so called friend either. They name streets after folks like you. "One Way" Just pulling your chain Glenn.
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Old 08-21-2014, 07:50 PM   #1524
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In process of taking the tires/wheels off the 5er to have the metal stems FT Turbs/Ms. Amy sent us put in and the tires re-balanced with the monitors installed. Got 2 off and will take the other 2 off when the sun gets on the other side of the trailer. I am here to tell you, the high pressure rubber stems will not work with the monitors. One started leaking on the way home from Goshen(23 miles from home) and one I took off this morning was starting to leak. The rubber stems just will not work PERIOD regardless of what tire dealers say.
Which System do you have OC?

We have the TPS TPTMS with stock Rubber Stems and they work fine - 3,000+ miles now
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Old 08-21-2014, 07:57 PM   #1525
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Which System do you have OC? We have the TPS TPTMS with stock Rubber Stems and they work fine - 3,000+ miles now
I have the TST TPMS system with the 507 Flow thru sensors. Had new high pressure rubber stems installed with the tires. The stems lasted about 15 months and 6,300-6,500 miles before they started to leak (2 of them).
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I have the TST TPMS system with the 507 Flow thru sensors. Had new high pressure rubber stems installed with the tires. The stems lasted about 15 months and 6,300-6,500 miles before they started to leak (2 of them).
And now your new stems do not work?
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Old 08-21-2014, 08:57 PM   #1527
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And now your new stems do not work?
NO, the new stems are all metal screw in with a neoprene insert and are solid to the wheel and work just fine. The old stems were only 14 months old and were high pressure stems that pulled thru the rim like a regular valve stem. When the first one started leaking a week ago last Fri. I knew the trailer would not leave the drive with those type stems.

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Old 08-22-2014, 10:14 AM   #1528
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Well, finally got the new GY Marathon taken off the steel wheel, mounted & balanced and new steel screw in stem installed for the spare. Of course, with the new alum wheel, the spare tire mount had to be altered and longer bolts added in place of the ones from the factory. Welded (2) gr 5, 1/2" bolts on the bracket to replace the spring clips. Amazingly, when we spun the new wheel/tire/sensor, it took 0 weight to balance. I even marked it on the inside of the wheel JIC I forgot it was balanced. Gave the tire a good coating of 303 and it's finished.
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Well, finally got the new GY Marathon taken off the steel wheel, mounted & balanced and new steel screw in stem installed for the spare. Of course, with the new alum wheel, the spare tire mount had to be altered and longer bolts added in place of the ones from the factory. Welded (2) gr 5, 1/2" bolts on the bracket to replace the spring clips. Amazingly, when we spun the new wheel/tire/sensor, it took 0 weight to balance. I even marked it on the inside of the wheel JIC I forgot it was balanced. Gave the tire a good coating of 303 and it's finished.
OC that looks NICE, especially with your aluminum covered bumper.
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OC that looks NICE, especially with your aluminum covered bumper.
It all gets covered, so nothing shows.
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