No. They only come with the standard rubber stems made to handle up to 80 psi. My jackleg dealership didn't tell the tire shop to do it after I reminded them a few days before pick-up. Then, of course, I forgot to check to make sure they were metal stems at the PDI.
When we got home (276 miles away), I discovered the screw up a few days afterwards. When I called them, they talked to the tire dealer who told them they were the rubber high pressure stems. NOT. My G rated tires only had about 70 psi in them and when I pumped them up to 95, you could wiggle the stem slightly and air would come out around the seal. They were about to bust.
I took the camper to a local heavy truck shop and had them remove each tire and install all new metal stems. Took about an hour.
High pressure metal stems are cheap. Maybe $5 or less per stem.
By the way. That's the same wheels as mine. On the back is stamped in small print the PSI rating and load rating.
2015 F350 6.7L Lariat CC LB
2016 Vengeance Touring Edition 40D12
Former Forest River Campers:
2004 Puma 30FQSS
2010 Sabre 31QBDS
2014 Work & Play 30WRS