Dual Tire Inflators - Hand Hole Mount Stainless Steel - 2 hose kit for 16"-19.5" inner dual wheels

Catalog Item # 6285

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 (both inner & outer wheels)

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 3 reviews (4 Based on 3 Reviews)

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Stainless Steel Dual Tire Inflators and Brackets

by Richard – March 16, 2006
5 out of 5 stars

I installed these inflators on my 38' motorhome today. They were easy to install and the hardest part was finding the stems on t

Too Long

by Ray M – July 22, 2006
4 out of 5 stars

I agree they were easy to install. You have a little tire presure loss on install, just keep screwing them on as quickly as you ca

Yup, Too Long

by Jeff Ganson – March 04, 2007
3 out of 5 stars

As noted, these are too long for some applications, including mine (Itasca Spirit 25F, E-450). That's okay because I was apprehens

by Silverbeach – November 10, 2015
Yes, the manufacturer of these tire inflators is Wheel Masters.
by Camping World – January 08, 2016
by Anonymous – September 22, 2015
They are 7" extensions.
by Camping World – September 23, 2015
by John G. – December 28, 2012
The hoses are 7 inches in length.
by Camping World – December 29, 2012

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