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post #1 of 4 Old 04-17-2012, 07:47 AM Thread Starter
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Question Dual Pressure Equalization

Gents, I tried the search engine honest.
Maybe I am just not putting it in right
I remember a few years ago, I had found a set up to do this, but it did not have the "Gaudy" set-up on the outside of the rim like Cross-Fire does.
Or am I all wet, and this is really the only game in town for keeping the inboards monitored correctly.
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Those are the only kind I've seen.
I wanted some until I learned that you have to get different models if you want different pressures. Say, one for towing when you have higher pressures, then one for unloaded when you have lower pressures.

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That's funny, I thought the same thing.
I have been reading a lot lately about inboard tires heating faster than outboard, and wearing faster because of it.
Like I said, I could be wrong but I swear that there is a kit out there that will do this without having to determine what PSI you need to run.
Thank you for the input.
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I'd buy that kit.
My last set actually had the outer tires worn more by the time I took em off.

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