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Dual Tire Inflators - Hub Mount Stainless Steel - 4 Hose Kit for 16"-19.5" Wheels

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Easy to install, no special tools required, the hoses attach to your existing valve stem (no need to remove valve core) allowing proper inflation and pressure checks in seconds.
Each kit comes complete with everything you need for the specific wheel application. These heavy duty inflators are constructed of high quality two ply rubber tubing reinforced with a tough nylon braiding. For added protection a stainless braided hose wrap is available to withstand the elements and road hazards.

Checking & inflating tires is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

Determine your mounting system

  • Hub Mount
  • Hand Hole Mount
  • Wheel Cover Mount

Determine which style fits your budget

  • Rubber 2 ply
  • Stainless Steel
  • Airless Stainless Steel

Determine how many hoses you need

  • Two hose kit (inner dual wheels only)
  • Four hose kit (bothh inner & outer wheels)

Technical Specs

Tech Specs

Weight: 1 lb.

Manufacturer: Nice Industries Inc

Mfg Part #: 8001 AM4

Tech Notes: 4 hose kit for 16"-19.5" wheels.

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Dual Tire Inflators - Hub Mount Stainless Steel - 4 Hose Kit for 16"-19.5" Wheels: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 6 Reviews)

Reviewed by 6 customers


Ddual inflators

119 out of 305 people found this review helpful.
November 21, 2005
Installed the set on my 2006 F350 this weekend. After careful measuring and alighning of wheels on hub. I attached the brackets to my factory hub covers. looks pretty good. So far so good. Will check them every day for a couple days, but I am happy.
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Dual tire inflator

222 out of 405 people found this review helpful.
August 17, 2006
Real nice set, But if you use them with hub caps or wheel covers,you will have to order other hardware parts to make them work!
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Absolutely necessary for dual tires

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
April 28, 2012
This is a great product and very durable. Have had my set for my dually since 1999 and it is still going strong. Makes tire pressure checking a snap (and you should do this before every trip) . Can't agree that no special tools are required tho because you will need a pop rivet gun to mount to the hub caps. Also had problem with rubber valve stems. Had one come out and lost a tire. I highly recommend having steel valve stems installed before installing this kit. Overall - very happy.
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Great product

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
July 11, 2012
Bought a set of these in 2008. Installation was straight forward and not complicated. Makes checking the rear duals on our Itasca Navion IQ really simple. They have held up well and I would recommend them for dual wheels where you don't have easy access to the valve stems.
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accurate description of the product

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
July 17, 2013
For a diy, these are easy to install and work as advertised. I have used these before on a motorhome but put these on my duallie. Highly recommend them. Make it easy to keep rear tires at proper inflation.
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Essential for Dual Rear Wheels

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
April 26, 2013
I have a 2013 Ford F-350 and more often than not, found myself having to remove the outside tire to properly inflate the inner rear tire. What a pain in the a**. Looked at most of the tire and truck stores for extended valve stems and couldn't find anything. Bought these from camping world. Installation and mounting was straightforward and easy. I've detected one of them has a very small leak, but should be able to adjust properly. Both valve stems are now located at the outter hub of the outside tire, so inflation is a breeze. Why didn't I do this years ago? I also use a tire pressure monitoring system on my truck tires and it appears to be working quite well with this system. On a Ford, this system requires a small hole to be drilled in the plastic hub cover for the angle bracket that will support the stainless steel hoses. The bracket is fastened to the hub with two pop rivets. Sounds flimsy, but it feels solid and secure. Be sure to mount the hoses on opposite sides of each hub to avoid wheel balance problems. If you've ever lost part or all of any religion you have trying to inflate the inner tires on a dually, you'll love a set of these stainless steel valve extenders.
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Do you need to remove the outer tire to install?
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I need the two long extenders to be 12 in. long, are they?
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Are these Wheel Master's airless type?
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