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Automatic Tire Inflation System (ATIS) - The JAMM Valve
 
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The JAMM Valve is ready for licensing. US Patent # 08479791 To learn more or for licensing Please contact: jeffbrothersco@gmail.com Why JAMM? -Safety -Maintain pressure at the manufacturer’s recommended levels -Ease of tire maintenance -Takes the drudgery out of checking and filling tires -Existing technology can be used -Integrates with TPMS systems -Maximize fuel economy -Get more out of each gallon of fuel or watt of electricity Feasibility – cost -No other ATIS device is available for the automotive industry The JAMM Valve -The heart of the Automatic Tire Inflation System (ATIS) system -A wheel-mounted mechanical pump -Injects a tiny amount of air into the tire with each revolution of the wheel Integrate directly with current Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) TPMS Facts -The expected 90% of drivers responding promptly to a TPMS low pressure tire warning did not materialize as anticipated -Driving dangers increase especially in the following situations 1. Extreme weather 2. Cold winters 3. Hot summers 4. Nighttime Under-Inflation Facts -Increases likelihood of crashes due to: 1. Skidding and/or loss of control 2. Hydroplaning 3. Increased stopping distance 4. Flats and blowouts 5.Overloading
Views: 17464 AJ S
Item review - Car Tires Pressure Monitoring Valve Caps
 
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This is a video review I made about car #tires pressure monitoring #valve_caps. Here is the link to the item on: https://goo.gl/pFuvPm (Amazon US) https://goo.gl/f3A2gf (Amazon UK) https://goo.gl/evTMc8 (Amazon Canada) http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/ZbQJUBm (Aliexpress) Update: I was looking for new valve caps after I discovered my car is missing two valve caps (I believe one of the employees in the car garage who worked on my car also “took care” of my wheels…). The brand: N/A The model: QH715 The pros: - Seems to work. The cons: - Too big and goes outwards my car wheels. Here is the description of the item: 4pcs/lot Car Auto Tire Pressure Monitor Valve Stem Cap Sensor Indicator 3 Color Alert VE265 P For further questions about this write them down and I will do my best to answer you. I invite you to: - Like this video! - Subscribe "Original Video Reviews" YouTube channel - https://goo.gl/6ZYATi - Subscribe "OVR Fashion" YouTube channel - https://goo.gl/wk0IPH - Subscribe "OVR Kids" YouTube channel - https://goo.gl/tmaAfj - Like my Facebook Page - https://goo.gl/ndUWsq - Follow my Google+ page - https://goo.gl/kOTXTF - Follow my Twitter account - https://goo.gl/0LdOHl - Follow my Instagram account - https://goo.gl/FlaC9f Disclaimer: The description to this video includes affiliated links. This means that if you choose to purchase via these links, I will receive a small commission that will help me to keep making more quality video reviews. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you'll pay more money because of that, as my interest is to find the best deals for my viewers. Thank you for your understanding.
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How to replace a Valve Stem on a Tire
 
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Replace Leaking Valve Stems use a tr413 in the video.
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Why Is This Tire Valve Cover GREEN? Please watch this video before you add air to your tires
 
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Why Is This Tire Valve Cover GREEN? Please watch this video before you add air to your tires Need an upgraded green caps? http://amzn.to/2g8hZ9s ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EASY TO USE. Easily install, only screws onto tire valve stem. PROTECT TIRE. It helps prevent air leakage and stop dust, dirt, and unwanted objects. FLEXIBLE AND PORTABLE. The size is small, it can be put in many places and easy to carry. LOOK MORE ATTRACTIVE. Can replace the original bad valve cap of the tyre and also green show the beauty characteristic of the tyre. WIDELY USED. Universal Fitting For Cars, Trucks,Bikes and other vehicle Give the Gift of Prime https://goo.gl/YJTEMn Thanks for your support. God Bless -RandomFIX www.RandomFIXWorld.com
Views: 590 RANDOMFIX
How to Pump a Mountain Bike Bicycle Tire With Presta Valve
 
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Hi in this video I show how I Pump/inflate a Mountain Bike Bicycle Tire 'Schwalbe Nobby Nic' With Presta Valve. The pump I am using is a Blackburn Airtower 2. Blackburn Airtower Pump - http://amzn.to/2iMIEE2 AerGun X-1000 Bike Pump - http://amzn.to/2t8pM7M Tire Schwalbe Nobby Nic 26'' x 2.25 - http://amzn.to/2jB4TS1 Inner Tube Schwalbe SV13 Presta - http://amzn.to/2jCfX0Z Alloy Anodized Presta Valve Caps - http://amzn.to/2pwpMgD My Webpage, Mountain bike tips for beginners: http://www.new2mountainbiking.com/
Views: 285435 Mazon99
Cheap Tire Pressure Monitors
 
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http:///MPGomatic.com takes a look at an inexpensive tire pressure monitoring valve caps from Bell. These ingenious little aluminum bits replace your valve caps. S screw onto your valve stems and you'll know in an instant whether or not your tire pressure is low. From the packaging: WARNING: Indicator caps are not a substitute for regular tire maintenance and pressure monitoring. Check tire pressure when cold on a regular basis. Always inflate tires to vehicle manufacturer's recommended tire pressure. Proper tire inflation improves handling, braking, fuel mileage and durability. To avoid bonding of aluminum cap to brass threads after extended exposure to weather, the use of an anti-seize thread lubricant is highly recommended at the time of installation. Pressure indicator caps are not intended for use on motorcycles or off-road vehicles. This is our first experiment in uploading a full HD video. Yep, those tires are dry rotted and the rims are hideous.
Views: 68645 MPGomatic
RealWheels Air Valve Extensions
 
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Braided Stainless Steel Air Valve Extensions are the most rugged and trouble-free extension available. These make checking air pressure a breeze. They’re easy to install.
Don't buy metal valve caps
 
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So I learned my lesson. Don't buy metal valve caps even if they suggest them to you. You'll be really mad if you do.
Views: 30463 Kegan Piper
📢 VIXEN AIR VXA1014 1/4" Schrader Inflation Valve 🔥
 
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👀 See this Link for Pricing Details: http://www.hookedontronics.com/show_product_details.jsp?cid=603886&c=YTV18&b=vixen_air_vxa1014 🙋Use this COUPON and get 5% OFF: 🎫 D51028231704 🔔 Subscribe and Get Product Updates! ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ ⭐ Brand: VIXEN AIR™ ⭐ Model: VXA1014 ⭐ Product: 1/4" Schrader Inflation Valve ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ ✅ Push to Connect (PTC) for 1/4" OD Air Line ✅ Protective Cap Included ✅ Zinc Plated Durable Brass Material ✅ Threaded Nut provided allows fixed surface installation ✅ Can be used on air springs and other components ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ This inflation Schrader valve connects to air springs and other components that use a 1/4" Outer Diameter air line to provide a manual inflation point. Valve is made of durable brass material for maximum strength. Comes with a threaded nut for fixed surface installation and a protective cap to keep out dirt and water. Hose is installed by pushing the tube into the hole until the mechanism locks. To remove the hose, simply press the release button, no tools are necessary. A high quality valve manufactured to the highest standards required for air suspension applications. ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ http://www.hookedontronics.com/show_shop_by_brand_cat.jsp?bid=6601&c=YTV18 ▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪▪ ✉ YouTubeVid@LastVersion.com Copyright © 2018 HookedOnTronics, All Rights Reserved ®
Heavy Duty Inflation Valve
 
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Heavy Duty Inflation Valve
Views: 1241 Gissell Hendrick
Tire Deflators - How They Work, How to Use Them
 
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🔔 Please CLICK THE BELL if you want to see my videos! 🔔 [ OVERCLOCK3D Jeeps | https://o3djeeps.com ] From the list of things you don't need to buy for your off-road rig, but you probably will anyway... Brass Tire Deflators. These little spring-loaded and o-ring sealed gadgets give you the ability to easily air down your tires for the trail. Notice I didn't say "quickly". They do take longer than manually airing down, but the trade off is convenience - and the fact that they will automatically air-down your tires to preset PSI levels. And, it can do it for all four of them at once! So screw these bad boys on all four valve stems and wait for the hissing sound to stop, and you'll be ready to roll! These brass tire deflators come in several similar designs, but all pretty much work the same way. You will typically find them sold under the following brands: Smitty Built, Rugged Ridge, AutoEC, Tuff Stuff, Staun, and several others. Some screw together to keep them from getting lost, and some (as mine did) come in a little leatherette pouch. In the following video, I discuss how they work, how to set them up, and how to use them. It's honestly pretty easy once you get them in your hand. In fact, if you don't want to watch me ramble on for 8 minutes, these instructions will get you going just fine: Setting (calibrating) your brass tire deflators. 1. Deflate your "calibration" tire to desired PSI (I used my spare). 2. Screw the cap on the deflator all the way down (clockwise). 3. Screw the deflator onto the valve stem of the tire (completely). 4. Screw the cap on the deflator counter clockwise until you hear air, then turn back until the air stops. 5. Screw the locking (jam) nut counter clockwise until it is tight against the cap (to prevent it from turning accidentally). 6. Remove the deflator from the valve stem. 7. Repeat for all of your deflators 8. Don't forget to re-air your spare to normal PSI! Using your brass tire deflators 1. Screw the deflator onto each tire. 2. Wait for hissing sound to stop. 3. Remove the deflators. See? Now wasn't that easy? Now, I didn't mention this in the video, but I do know that folks will often screw these on their tires and then drive to the trail area as their tires are airing down. This is another benefit of this design. Don't forget to take them off before you hit the trail, though! Additionally, there is nothing that says you have to set them all at the same PSI. If you like to use a couple of different PSI levels in your tires, or you have different levels for different vehicles, you could always set them differently. Just figure out how to keep track of which are which! Some helpful O3D Jeeps links for you: Most Recent Upload : https://goo.gl/z2AFkB Most Popular Upload : https://goo.gl/y6bCWo Check out my Channel : https://goo.gl/t8crvN
Solid Steel Valve Stems Upgrade
 
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Showing off the new valve stems. email ▶︎ thewestcoastroller@gmail.com
Views: 10430 West Coast Roller
HOW TO INSTAL KURVY GIRL VALVE STEMS.
 
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They come in two sizes,be sure to order the correct size.Its relativly easy but overtightening can break them.They make pressure checking a breeze,come in many different colors,VERY HIGH QUALITY upgrade for any bike.
Views: 10380 Windy Urtnowski
Valve Pal - Valve Stem Cap Tool
 
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Valve Pal is available at Iowa80.com https://www.iowa80.com/DirectionsWEB/webcart_productDisplay.php?itemid=45156&itemdesc=Valve+Pal+Valve+Stem+Cap+Tool
Views: 2557 Iowa80com
Green Caps vs Black Caps: Nitrogen in My Tires | Steve Landers CDJ in Little Rock, Arkansas
 
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http://LandersCountry.com Steve Landers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 401 Colonel Glenn Plaza Loop Little Rock, AR 72210 (501) 374-4848 Service director Mitch Perry answers some of your most frequently asked service questions!
Views: 738 Steve Landers CDJ
Tyre Pressure Monitor Valve Caps
 
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I take a look at tyre pressure monitor valve caps. There are LED versions that flash red when low. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Interested in getting a helmet camera? www.actioncameras.co.uk and use discount code "P18710" for 10% off. It actually works out cheaper than anywhere else. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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EBay review: Motorcycle Valve Extender
 
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EBay, Aliexpress and Amazon (and probably every other cheap online "from China" store) have these motorcycle valve extenders. They are a brilliant piece of kit that all motorcyclsists need to have in their pocket.
Views: 968 Andrew Kiss
The Tire Valve Stem Video
 
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Get the 4-way tool on Amazon here → http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004MBXY5Q/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B004MBXY5Q&linkCode=as2&tag=httpwwwyou00f-20&linkId=H2N2UAN5BHJRKTSF Get the cable tool here → http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002KR38WS/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B002KR38WS&linkCode=as2&tag=httpwwwyou00f-20&linkId=ISRJEXYTLAUCKEU4 Get the lever installer here → http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000K1PKFY/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000K1PKFY&linkCode=as2&tag=httpwwwyou00f-20&linkId=VT2WSKAOL25SIJW6 Check out Moe on sixtyfiveford here → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=308JWQjSujE Check out how to break a bead on a tire with wood here → https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goqPhR4gW4Y The Valve Stem Video
Views: 13774 briansmobile1
How to Inflate a Presta Valve Tube.
 
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This video shows the steps necessary to inflate a bicycle tire with a presta valve . Recommended Pressures: Road Bikes 90 - 100 psi Hybrid Bikes 65 - 80 psi MTB 30 - 50 psi
Views: 1049262 Bicycles Etc.
Presta Valve
 
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Georgena Terry explains presta valves and gives some tips about pumps.
Views: 1751934 Terry Bicycles
$3 Tire Deflators - ClimbStuff
 
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I used some valve caps, some inflation needles, and some JB weld to make some 12psi/min deflates. I measured 50psi in the 31x10.5 tire and after 2min of deflating the same gauge measured 27psi. This video is of my first attempt at making some, and uses the same method, only assembled with two caps, and electrical tap to hold it together. The new caps are single caps with the inflation needles JB Welded to them so its just a single screw on cap. If done properly, and you have the JB Weld, drill bits, and cut off tool, you can make a SET OF 4 of these for only $3 at Harbor Freight.
Views: 6990 mrmeanr
Razor scooter tire valve inflation pumping trick.
 
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This is a little trick to pump up your scooters rear tire so you don't have to remove it from the scooter.
Views: 35390 Justsouthofbost
No valve stem on my RV tire? Pointing backwards? I can't fill them!
 
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My Royalty Free Travel and Nature Video Clips and Photos: http://www.pond5.com/video-sound-effects-music-after-effects-photos-illustrations-3d-models/1/artist:Iam2012escapee.html Find What You Need to Get Started with Your RV: http://astore.amazon.com/yt-rv-20 My RV Quick Start Guide: http://www.amazon.com/Quick-Start-Guide-Alternative-Lifestyle-ebook/dp/B00JQR1EGM Join Me on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/2012escapee I was going to be a good, responsible RV owner, and check my tire pressure and fill them up.... one little problem, my front driver's side tire doesn't have a valve stem!? And the others are impossible to reach! Long story short, I took it into the tire shop, got a lecture about driving on 10year old tires, with developing dry rot, and wound up spending a LOT of $$$$ on new rubber. I am happy, the ride is noticeably smoother, not so much bump and sway!
Views: 30949 2012escapee1
How To Add A Valve Stem Extension And Stabilizer to Inside Dual
 
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Add a valve stem extension and stabilizer to your inside dual wheel to make checking your air pressure or adding a tire monitor sensor easy.
Views: 42185 AlwaysShinyWheelsAndRV
Schrader Valves, Presta Valves, and Presta Valve Adapters Adaptors--Madison Bicycle Shop, Madison NJ
 
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Learn the difference between schrader valves and presta valves and how to properly use them. Yeah yeah Peter needs to moisturize but rough and tough hands are what being a mechanic is all about! Since 1965, The Madison Bicycle Shop has been serving up the best brands, the most stellar service, and the world's cleanest tune ups to Northern New Jersey and beyond. Shop online or stop in today! http://www.madisonbicycleshop.com http://www.facebook.com/madisonbicycleshop https://twitter.com/#!/MadisonBikes http://www.yelp.com/biz/madison-bicycle-shop-madison
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How To Take Off Stuck Corroded Metal Tire Valve Cap Covers
 
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Subscribe to Eric DIY: https://goo.gl/i3CJid Become a Patron of the Eric DIY Channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EricDIY Buy a propane torch like you see in the video to help you get those tire valves off here: https://goo.gl/kM4dBc Watch all of the Eric DIY Vehicle Product Review videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSB4gn1y8QJaqLiKD1vcE6gDlqDIIqQ3d This is a video of me taking off my cheap Ebay chinese Ford tire valve covers. I didn't know that the metal would corrode and get stuck to the metal of the tire valve. After trying WD40, brute force with pliers, etc....I found that just heating them up with a propane torch and using the pliers carefully worked. I hope this helps you because if you can't get them off, you will probably need to go to a tire repair and get the valves changed out which is a lot more expensive. DISCLAIMER: This video is being performed by a home owner/DIY person. Any attempt to repair automotive parts and/or systems carries risk of personal injury. Always adhere and follow safe practices when working on vehicles. Such as, use safety glasses, jack stands, no loose clothing, etc. No guarantee or warranty is implied. Use the information in this video at your own risk. If you don't think you can perform the job then be smart and don't. Other Ford Ranger Videos: To learn how to replace headlight bulbs in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video: http://youtu.be/kep-2dD1cRw To learn how to change out the foglights in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video: http://youtu.be/c5G98HsriOg To learn how to change the oil in a Ford Ranger, check out my other video here: http://youtu.be/icgJlC9CJk0 To learn how to replace and/or repair the hood latch on a Ford Ranger, check out my video here: http://youtu.be/8ef7QP9pJ0U Ford Keyless Entry Programming Ranger Mustang Explorer Expedition Escape F150 F250 F350 Excursion http://youtu.be/woWnZxpsKbk How to recharge your air conditioner (demonstrated on a Ford Ranger) http://youtu.be/Fx0m7FVTjGk How to replace an air filter (demonstrated on a Ford Ranger) http://youtu.be/RTY_j7FsUVY Other Videos: Oil Change on a 2012 Hyundai Elantra http://youtu.be/2LV2gA6H1DM
Views: 95969 Eric DIY
Valve Cap Removal Tool
 
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8" long tool to remove round valve caps without removing aircraft wheel pants.
Crooked VALVE STEM bike tire How to fix DIY bubble bump inner tube repair adjustment
 
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Crooked VALVE STEM bike tire How to fix DIY bubble bump inner tube repair adjustment.Tire holds air but valve stem is crooked and tire thuds each revolution.My daughter was noticing a bump while she was riding in her tire.Bump,bump bump as she went along.I notice the valve stem was crooked.The inner tube had doubled back on itself.Simply remove outer tire, readjust the inner tube and reset the tire on the rim. inflate the tube to specifications cap and ride.
Views: 11760 You can Fix It!!!!
Replace a tire valve stem without special tools
 
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http://blog.kludgecraft.com/?p=29
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How to inflate a bicycle tire with a Presta valve adaptor + floor pump by Giant
 
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How to use a floor pump with a presta valve. The floor pump is Control tower 4 by Giant, cool, light, plastic pump. The presta valve adaptor, is sold seperately.. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DW444C6/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00DW444C6&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco0716-20 http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008AQF63C/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1634&creative=19450&creativeASIN=B008AQF63C&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubecom0d5-21 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00508TE40/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00508TE40&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco0716-20 http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0011W6M4Y/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B0011W6M4Y&linkCode=as2&tag=youtubeco0716-20
Views: 307745 allos MD
Proper Tractor Tire Inflation
 
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SUPPORT THE TRACTOR MIKE CHANNEL: https://www.patreon.com/TractorMike Visit the Tractor Mike website: http://asktractormike.com/ Subscribe to YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/tractormike?sub_confirmation=1 Visit Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Ask-Tractor-Mike-312112962245304/ Buy Stuff I Use: https://www.amazon.com/shop/tractormike I try to keep the inflation on the tires on vehicles I drive up and down the highway at, or near, their maximum inflation. They have less rolling resistance that way and seem to wear well. My attitude about all of that air changes, though, when I'm adjusting the inflation of my tractor tires and this video discusses why. Even with low inflation, you can see the wear pattern on the R-4 tires in the video is toward the middle. The "bite" the tires are getting is only about half of the tread width, and in the middle. At first blush, it looks like the tires are over inflated. But, when you get the tire gauge out you find that they're actually under inflated by about 6 pounds per square inch, and that's exactly where I want them to be. On highway vehicles, you have spring suspensions to absorb the shock of uneven road conditions. On most tractors you have nothing to cushion the blows to your butt of uneven field conditions. So, the soften the ride I want to be toward the minimum recommended tire inflation, or even a little below. I generally keep my back tires around 10-12 PSI, which is below the recommended minimum of 16 PSI. I feel that gives me a good ride, good traction and good wear. If you've just purchased a tractor, it's especially important to check you tires for inflation. When I worked at a dealership, we noticed a lot of the tractors had tires that were way over inflated when they came off the truck from the factory. Maybe the trucking companies like it that way because it's quicker to chain them down, or maybe the tire companies send them out that way hoping they wear out sooner so they can sell you more (they'd never do that, would they?), I really don't know why. But it wasn't uncommon to see tires inflated to 5-10 pounds over the maximum recommended. If the dealership you bought the tractor from isn't watching that real closely, your tractor could have been delivered that way and you'll get a real harsh ride and excessive wear in the center of the tire. So, grab that tire gauge and get out to the barn and see where you are. And remember, if the tires are fluid filled you'll want the valve stem at the high point to check the air.
Views: 21944 Tractor Mike
How To Inflate RV Tires The Easy Way
 
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If you want one of these awesome Viair 400P-RV air compressors for your rig, you can find it here on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2FFRCii We’ve changed the way we add air to our RV's tires. Before, we used our diesel pusher's on-board air compressor, but this new way applies to any type of RV, so this tip isn’t just for owners of large motorhomes. If you've seen our previous videos about adding air to high-pressure RV tires, you know that using the on-board compressor isn't as simple as it sounds. Besides the problem of the pressure cycling up and down below our required tire pressures as part of its normal operation, we also try to avoid idling our engine more than absolutely needed. We hate being an annoying neighbor by polluting a campground with diesel exhaust and noise just because our tires happen to need air. Our new solution makes us a better neighbor. If you've seen very many of our videos, you know that we’re all about finding money-saving ways to solve RV issues, but sometimes a top-of-the-line solution is the best solution, and you get what you pay for. We discovered Viair, a manufacturer of ruggedized portable compressors, designed to handle more demanding situations, like filling large off-road vehicle tires. We like the fact that they make a model specifically designed for RVers, which got stellar reviews on Amazon, so of course that’s the one we ordered. FEATURED & RELATED PRODUCTS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON: Viair 400P-RV Air Compressor: http://amzn.to/2FFRCii PressurePro 4-Sensor TPMS System: http://amzn.to/2BRqXg7 Additional PressurePro 2 Sensor Kits: http://amzn.to/2GGKJ1F Flexible Cutting Boards: http://amzn.to/2s5HuO2 Aerospace 303 UV Protectant: http://amzn.to/2DWqP5c Accutire Digital Tire Pressure Gauge: http://amzn.to/2GJ92vY Infrared Temperature Gun: http://amzn.to/2FBLCqX Camco Super Wheel Chocks: http://amzn.to/2DSNqLF Utility Blocks – Pack of 4: http://amzn.to/2GtsAUQ Utility Blocks – Single: http://amzn.to/2Gu161u Double-Seal, Inflate-Through Valve Caps: http://amzn.to/2FHJwWH RECENT & RELATED VIDEOS: Are Cold RV Tire Pressures COLD?: https://youtu.be/4EahH3a3yCE RV Tire Age, Care & Replacement: https://youtu.be/X7scHIvjyBk OLD way of inflating our RV Tires: http://youtu.be/QDOqCk6dTuo OLD inflation method follow-up: http://youtu.be/n5fK54DKWP0 The piano music is my own performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899. WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
Views: 196945 RVgeeks
How to Install a Tire Pressure Monitoring System in Your Car
 
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TPMS, A tire pressure monitoring system lets you know if a tire is leaking air or if it is flat and creating dangerous driving conditions. Since older cars dont have TPMS and it is a really nice feature to have. In this video I show you how to install an inexpensive TPMS for your car or truck. Tire Pressure Monitoring System Kit: http://amzn.to/2DurTt9 Hand Held Tire Pressure Gauge: http://amzn.to/2BwQlga Cigarette Lighter Power Splitter: http://amzn.to/2zdRO4G How to Reset a Tire Pressure Warning Light: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrpC4tZ8bZI **If the video was helpful, remember to give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. New videos every Thursday** -Website: http://www.ChrisFixed.com -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisfix8 -Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisFixed -Instagram: https://instagram.com/chrisfixit -Subscribe Here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=paintballoo7 -YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/ChrisFix Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. ChrisFix assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. ChrisFix recommends safe practices when working on vehicles and or with tools seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not ChrisFix.
Views: 1462116 ChrisFix
Tire Service Kit-How to fix a flat tire with the tire inflation kit on 2017 Fiat 124 Spider
 
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Learn how to perform emergency tire repair with this handy, on-board accessory. This video covers how to use the 2017 Fiat 124 Spider flat tire repair kit including: where to position the valve stem when parking, how to connect the filler tube to the tire valve, how to assemble the sealant bottle with the compressor holder and how to activate this kit in order to inflate the flat tire. You will also learn important information about testing your tires when using this tire inflation kit.
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Air Pressure Tips - Discount Tire
 
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We know that proper air pressure is the most important thing you can do to help your tires wear longer, save fuel and improve the handling of your vehicle. Your tires will naturally lose one to two pounds of air pressure a month but most people don’t realize that for every ten-degree change in temperature, your tires’ air pressure changes one psi. Checking air pressure is easy with an accurate air gauge. beware of public pressure gauges. they’re often abused and may be unreliable. The correct air pressure may be found in the vehicles’ owner’s manual or on the tire placard attached to the vehicle door edge, door post, glove box or fuel door. Remember, don’t use inflation numbers shown on the tire. this number only represents the maximum tire inflation pressure, not the recommended air pressure for your vehicle. To get the most accurate reading, make sure to check the pressure before driving on your tires. If you have to drive before you check the pressure, try not to drive more than a mile. driving on a tire increases its temperature and air pressure. To check air pressure, unscrew the valve cap and press the gauge into place. You may hear a short burst of air come out. the gauge will display the air pressure. If you add air, check the air pressure again, to make sure you have the correct air pressure. when finished, be sure to replace the valve cap. This will protect the valve stem from corrosion and debris, which could cause air loss. try to check your air pressure every other time you fill up at the gas station or at least once a month. Changing America, one tire at a time
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Tire Service Kit-How to fix a flat tire with the tire inflation kit on 2017 Dodge Viper
 
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Learn how to perform emergency tire repair with this handy, on-board accessory. This video covers how to use the 2017 Dodge Viper flat tire repair kit including: where to position the valve stem when parking, how to connect the filler tube to the tire valve, how to assemble the sealant bottle with the compressor holder and how to activate this kit in order to inflate the flat tire. You will also learn important information about testing your tires when using this tire inflation kit.
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Repair Broken Tire Pressure Sensor Don't replace It !!!!!
 
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I will show you how to repair a broken tire pressure sensor without removing it from the rim .Repair it don't replace it.Did the aluminum valve break off ?.Check out my video it will save you a lot of money.
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How To Fix A Leaky Tire Presta Valve Stem Valve Core Bike Blogger
 
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How to fix a leaky tire with a presta valve? You may have a leaky tire because the valve core on the inner tube valve stem shipped loose from the factory. To fix a leaky tire in this case all you need to do is make sure the valve core body is tightened on the valve stem. Use some small pliers, a wrench, or a valve core remover tool specifically for this purpose. You may also have unintentionally loosened the valve when using a screw on pump head. I would suggest getting a pump with an air hose that has a push on head and clamp, and try to remove the pump head in a straight direction when done to avoid bending the valve stem. Why would you buy a tire tube with a removable valve core? A removable valve core can be useful for replacement in case of failure (leaky valve), for adding extenders needed for deeper wheel rims, or for using tire sealant (slime) on an existing tube. The tire inner tube presta valve featured in this video is a Continental Race 28 bike tube. Thanks for watching! And please subscribe! http://www.bikeblogger.com
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HOW TO USE A PRESTA VALVE WITH ANY PUMP - Gear Bag from Gearist.com
 
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VISIT: http://GEARIST.COM SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/GearistSub Welcome to Gear Bag from Gearist.com! Have you ever gotten a flat tire on your bike, only to find out that the only pump available won't fit your presta valves? Have no fear! Here's a quick and easy way to pump up a presta valve with a D.I.Y. valve adapter. Visit us at: http://gearist.com Follow us: http://facebook.com/Gearist http://twitter.com/TheGearist http://instagram.com/TheGearist Subscribe to this channel: http://bit.ly/GearistSub
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Inflate A Bike Tyre With A Schrader Valve Or Auto Valve
 
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The recommended pressure to inflate a tyre to is usually embossed on the tyre's sidewall, often as minimum and maximum figures rather than an exact target. There are a number of factors to consider when deciding how hard your tyres need to be(link to tyrepressurecheck.html) Subscribe to our videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/madegoodorg?sub_confirmation=1 Visit our website: https://www.madegood.org Visit our YouTube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/madegoodorg Step 1 - Check The Schrader Valve & Deflate The Tyre Find the Schrader valve and remove any dust-cap. Step 2 - Check valve If the valve hasn’t been opened for a while release a short hiss of air to check it’s not stuck. The same process, holding the valve open longer, deflates the tyre. Step 3 - Schrader Valve or Auto Valve Release air by pressing down on the valve stem. A match stick or some other small blunt tool may be helpful. Pro Tip The dust cap on a Schrader valve is part of the system that retains air. If the valve doesn’t have a cap the tyre will deflate noticeably sooner. Step 4 - Connect The Pump The hose or pump connection may screw on or press on. Some push fit connections lock with a cam lever. To check the correct operation of the connection look at the rubber washer and move the lever back and forth. The the ‘locked’ position squeezes the washer, the ‘on-off’ position lets the washer relax. The rubber washer in a pump connector wears out with use. It needs to be replaced when it stops gripping valves to give an air-tight sea. It's considerable easier to inflate a tyre when you're pump has a good seal. Step 5 - Schrader A push fit connection to a Schrader valve usually needs a locking lever. A small amount of air is released when the connector goes on or off. Pull the connector off briskly, parallel to the valve, to minimise the air loss after pumping. Step 6 - Inflate a tyre - pumping Fully open and fully close the pump with each stroke. It’s important to press the piston right to the end of it’s travel to force air into the tyre. If you stop too soon the air in the pump will tend to compress rather than flow into the tyre. Step 7 - Floor or Track Pumps Place both feet on the rests to stabilise the pump. Open the pump fully at the start of each stroke. As you get to the bottom of the stroke you can use your body weight – rather than your arms – to force the last bit of air out of the chamber by softening your knees. Using the full stroke is a more efficient way to inflate a tyre. Step 8 - Hand Pumps It helps if you can brace the connection between the Schrader valve and the pump by hooking a finger or two around the tyre or spokes. Plant your feet and try to position yourself so you can get your shoulder behind the piston of the pump. Pro Tip If you’re not sure exactly how hard you want your tyres to be, you can always inflate a tyre to the maximum recommended. If – when riding – you feel the road is shaking you about and bouncing you off the ground, it’s much easier to let a little air out than to pump more in. Pro Tip Many modern pumps can be converted between Presta and Schrader fitting, by dismantling the connection and reversing the direction of parts. #BikeRepair #HowTo #BicycleMaintenance
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truck tire repair 2  finding a leak, tighten valve stem.
 
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checking for leak, tighten valve stem. " Like" and Subscribe for more "do it yourself videos"
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RV Tire Inflator - VIAIR 400P-RV Automatic Product Video
 
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The VIAIR 400P-RV Automatic Portable Compressor is the perfect tool for inflating RV tires. Featuring a vibration-resistant diamond-plate sand tray, heat-shielded quick connect coupling, and an 8ft power cord, this unit can inflate tires up to 150 PSI, well above the required pressure for RV tires. It also includes a Tire Inflation Gun, Dual battery clamps, a 3 piece inflation tip kit, a heavy duty deluxe carry bag and two coil hoses for up to 60ft of reach. Remove the orange rubber plug and screw in the air filter to prevent dust and moisture from entering the system. Pop open the hood and connect the dual battery clamps to the battery. Always remember, red to red and black to black. Once connected, make sure to start the engine to provide the required voltage. Pull back the sleeve of the quick connect coupler on the primary hose firmly to quick connect stud on the compressor. Connect the other end of the primary hose to the male end of the Tire Inflation Gun. Next connect the 90-degree twist on chuck to the female end of the tire inflation gun. Remove the valve stem cap, attach the twist-on chuck to the tire valve stem and secure it by tightening. Power the compressor by pushing the ON switch on the front of the compressor. Squeeze the trigger of the inflation gun to inflate the tire. Make sure you don't over-inflate the tire past its recommended pressure, as doing so can damage your tire and may cause serious bodily injury. To get an accurate pressure reading, simply release the trigger of the inflation gun. When the pressure gauge indicates the desired pressure, remove the twist-on chuck from the tire valve stem. To reach the back tires, you may need to use the extension hose included. To do so, pull back the sleeve on the quick connect coupler of the primary hose and connect it to the male end of the extension hose. Then reconnect the extension hose to the tire inflation gun. If your RV has Dual Rear tires, you can use the 45-degree push-pull chuck included. VIAIR's 400P-RV Automatic Portable Compressor makes tire inflation easy and affordable to help ensure your RV is in optimal running condition. 31" x 10.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 2 min. 28 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 1 min. 25 sec. 33" x 12.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 4 min. 00 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 2 min. 00 sec. 35" x 12.5" Fill Rate 0 to 30 PSI 4 min. 50 sec. 15 to 30 PSI 2 min. 20 sec. http://www.viaircorp.com/400P-rv-auto.html
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How-to inflate your car tires? (FAQ 6 of 9)
 
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Buy the JACO Premium Tire Inflator on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/JACO-Premium-Digital-Tire-Inflator/dp/B015VXWZ9O To operate the JACO Premium Tire Inflator, please follow these steps: • Uncoil the power cord located inside the storage section on the backside of the unit; ensuring all the cable is unwound. Insert the 12V DC plug into the 12V accessory power outlet in your car. • Remove the dust cap from the tire valve and store in a safe place. • Carefully pull out the air hose from the rear of the inflator. Screw the valve connector clockwise onto the tire valve. Ensure the valve is correctly connected but do not over tighten. • The LCD display will show the current tire pressure. • Hold either the + or – button for approximately 2-3 seconds until the display screen begins flashing. While flashing, set the gauge to the target pressure level using the + or – buttons, then wait 2-3 seconds for the display to stop flashing. The display screen will now show the current tire pressure. • Next, push the ON/ OFF to begin inflation. When the pressure gauge fully reaches the required pre-set value, the inflator will automatically shut off. • Unscrew the valve connector and reconnect it to the next tire. If the required pressure is the same, press the ON/OFF button for the to begin inflation. If the pressure is different, reset the inflator using the + and – buttons. • After inflation, remove the connector from the tire valve. • Finally, replace the tire valve cap. Buy on our online shop: http://jacosuperiorproducts.com/collections/tire-pressure-gauges/products/digital-tire-inflator-100-psi Buy the JACO Premium Tire Inflator on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/JACO-Premium-Digital-Tire-Inflator/dp/B015VXWZ9O
How To Use A Four Way Tire Valve Tool  - Valve Stem Core Replacement
 
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Schraeder Valve Replacement . How To Fix a Leaky Tire Valve Stem . How To Use A Four Way Tool .. How To Replace A Tire Valve Core . Bicycle . Car . Wheel . Shrader . Schrader
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How to use your Tyre Inflation Kit | Ford UK
 
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If you’ve got a puncture, your tyre will need some first aid. That’s where your Ford Tyre Inflation Kit can come to the rescue. Learn how to use it. It’s dangerous to drive with a puncture. So if your vehicle doesn’t have a spare wheel, your Tyre Inflation Kit will come in handy. Here’s how to use it: First, follow these important safety steps: 1. Stop somewhere away from other traffic. Make sure your handbrake’s on and your ignition’s off. 2. Turn on your hazard warning lights. 3. If you need to, set up a warning triangle whilst wearing a high-vis vest. • Next, check for damage. • Don’t pull out any objects stuck in the tyre, it might make it harder to fix. • TOP TIP: If the tear or hole is larger than 6mm, it’s too big to fix. Please call for assistance. • You’ll find the Tyre Inflation Kit in the boot. • There’s a bottle of sealant and a compressor with hoses attached. • Wearing protective gloves, check the sealant is in date. • Shake it, peel off the label and stick it somewhere visible. This shows the max speed limit with sealant in the tyre. • Unravel the hose in the compressor and connect it to the sealant bottle. • Now attach the bottle to the holder on the compressor. • Unscrew the dust cap and screw the sealant bottle hose on to the valve. • TOP TIP: Ideally, the valve should be towards the top of the tyre. The sealant will work better that way. • Plug the power cable into the cigar lighter or auxiliary power socket. • Check your car’s recommended tyre pressure. The label is on the inside of your doorframe. • Turn on your ignition. • TOP TIP: If your engine’s running, the compressor won’t drain power from your battery. • Start the compressor. • Inflate your tyre, but for no longer than 10 minutes. • When you reach the right pressure, switch off the compressor. • TOP TIP: The pressure may rise up to 87 PSI (6 bar). But don’t worry, it should drop to normal after about 30 seconds. • If your tyre hasn’t inflated after 10 minutes, something’s wrong. Please call for Ford Roadside Assistance. • Unscrew the hose. Some sealant might leak out, but that’s normal. • Screw the dust cap back on, unplug the power cable and unscrew the sealant. • Place it in a plastic bag, if you’ve got one, and put it in the boot. • Drive about two miles / three kilometres so the sealant can seal the damaged area. • Pull over and check the tyre to make sure the repair has worked. If necessary, top up the pressure with your Inflation Kit. • TOP TIP: Notice any vibrations, unsteady steering or noises when driving? Then reduce your speed, or stop and call for Ford Roadside Assistance. • Puncture fixed, drive to your nearest Ford Dealer to get a new tyre but don’t drive any further than 125 miles (200 kilometres). The Dealer can safely dispose of your sealant bottle, too. That’s how to use your Ford Tyre Inflation Kit. But if there’s anything you’re not sure about, you can always refer to your Owner’s Manual, or simply contact your Ford Dealer. And if you find this video useful, check out the others in our ‘How to…’ series: it’s designed to help you keep your Ford in top condition and make best use of its many features.
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Protect Your RV with a TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System)
 
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A Tire Pressure Monitoring System, or TPMS, provides some of the best peace of mind an RVer can buy. Our PressurePro system keeps us safe by monitoring every tire on our rig at all times. ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN! On March 22, 2015, one lucky RVgeeks viewer will win a PressurePro TPMS with 10 sensors (expandable to 16). That's a prize valued at over $700! CLICK HERE TO ENTER: http://thervgeeks.com/rv-tires/tire-pressure-monitoring-system Watch our other videos about RV tires and tire safety: Tire Age, Care & Replacement: http://youtu.be/X7scHIvjyBk Inflating Tires the Easy Way: http://youtu.be/Yzv3ymNZ5zQ "Cold" Pressures Really Cold?: http://youtu.be/4EahH3a3yCE Inflating High Pressure RV Tires: http://youtu.be/QDOqCk6dTuo High Pressure Inflation Follow-Up: http://youtu.be/n5fK54DKWP0 FEATURED & RELATED PRODUCTS AVAILABLE ON AMAZON: Viair 400P-RV Air Compressor: http://amzn.to/2FFRCii PressurePro 4-Sensor TPMS System: http://amzn.to/2BRqXg7 Additional PressurePro 2 Sensor Kits: http://amzn.to/2GGKJ1F Flexible Cutting Boards: http://amzn.to/2s5HuO2 Aerospace 303 UV Protectant: http://amzn.to/2DWqP5c Accutire Digital Tire Pressure Gauge: http://amzn.to/2GJ92vY Infrared Temperature Gun: http://amzn.to/2FBLCqX Camco Super Wheel Chocks: http://amzn.to/2DSNqLF Utility Blocks – Pack of 4: http://amzn.to/2GtsAUQ Utility Blocks – Single: http://amzn.to/2Gu161u Double-Seal, Inflate-Through Valve Caps: http://amzn.to/2FHJwWH Be sure to follow all manufacturer's instructions, since we're only providing an overview of the set-up and use of the system here. Pressure Pro products are made in the USA. :) You can visit their website for more details here: http://advantagepressurepro.com The piano music is my own performance of Scott Joplin's Maple Leaf Rag from 1899. WONDERING WHAT'S THE BEST GEAR TO USE ON YOUR RV? Here's all of our favorite equipment that we use ourselves and recommend to friends: http://thervgeeks.com/our-favorite-gear/ Join us at http://TheRVgeeks.com for more great RVing content! Full-Time RVers since April, 2003, we share DIY (do it yourself) RV maintenance, repair, travel, upgrade and operational tips & tricks. Many RVers are eager to learn more about using, maintaining and caring for their rigs. We hope our experience can help others go DIY, saving time & money, plus the satisfaction of a job well done. We're handy RVers, not professional technicians. We're happy with the techniques and products we use, but be sure to confirm that all methods and materials you use are compatible with your equipment and abilities. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Any task you perform or product you purchase based on any information we provide is strictly at your own risk. We sometimes receive products for evaluation at no cost, and The RVgeeks participate in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. But our opinions are our own, you won’t pay an extra penny, and we only link to products we personally use, love and can recommend to friends with complete confidence. Comments welcome! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to subscribe!
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How to use a tyre repair kit
 
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Join the conversation: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/toyotauk Twitter: https://twitter.com/toyotagb Google+: https://plus.google.com/+toyotauk Instagram: http://instagram.com/toyotauk When you notice you have a puncture, do not continue driving your Toyota, as this can rapidly damage both the tyre and wheel. Stop your car safely and away from traffic if possible. If needed, set up a warning triangle and turn on the hazard lights. Apply the parking brake so the car doesn’t accidentally move. Locate and examine the puncture. Don’t use the repair kit if it is larger than 4 millimetres in diameter, if the wheel rim is damaged, or if the tyre has been flat or at low pressure for an extended period. Move the vehicle so that the puncture is positioned as high as possible in the top half of the tyre. If a nail or screw is in the tyre – a common occurrence – do not remove it. Make sure also that the air valve is positioned in the top half of the tyre. This will help stabilise the bottle of sealant you will be using. The Toyota tyre repair kit is located in the boot under the false floor. The kit consists of a compressor for re-inflating the tyre, a bottle of sealant you’ll use to fill the hole, and warning stickers. First apply a sticker to the wheel to show there is sealant in the tyre. Apply another to the A-pillar to remind you to change the wheel at the next opportunity. Remove the valve cap and screw the sealant bottle tightly on the valve. Then remove the cap from the end of the sealant bottle. Unravel the hose at the back of the compressor and screw it tightly onto the sealant bottle. Unravel the wiring connected to the compressor and plug it into the auxiliary socket inside the car. For a non-hybrid vehicle, start the engine. For a hybrid vehicle have the “ready” light on. Turn on the compressor. It should take no more than 10 minutes to inflate the tyre to an acceptable level. Then switch off the compressor and press the yellow button to test the pressure in the tyre. It is important to check your owner’s manual for the correct pressure level for your vehicle. If the tyre does not reach this you will need to call a recovery service. If the pressure is OK, remove the sealant bottle from the valve and re-install the valve cap. You then need to drive about 3 miles, as the sealant spreads itself around and over the punctured area. Drive with caution because the tyre is not yet fully re-inflated. Then stop and re-examine the tyre. If it appears damaged, you should call a recovery service. If it remains inflated and looks OK, refit the kit and continue to inflate the tyre to the pressure listed in the owner’s manual. The car is now safe to drive. But don’t exceed 50 miles per hour. And accelerate, brake and corner gently. The repair is only a temporary measure. Go to a Toyota repairer as soon as you can. There you will receive expert assistance and the best possible care for your Toyota – ensuring that your driving experience remains safe and pleasurable.
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Roadside Flat Tire Fix On The Spot - I use this Inflator Sealer in a can
 
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I suggest you keep one can of Quick Spair in the car trunk for emergencies. Beats using a jackstand to change spare tire when in a bind. Fixes flats on the spot, seals punctures and inflates in seconds. Cleans up easily with water. You can find Quick Spair at Amazon (affiliate link): http://amzn.to/2gZd33V Yep it worked, a can of Quick Spair tire inflator & sealer fixed a pinhole size puncture in my tire. I spray the whole can into the tire, then drive slowly to distribute the slimy sealing sealant inside the tire. I bought this 20 oz. can of Quick Spair Inflator & Sealer at Walmart. Kept it in my trunk for emergency flat. Low and behold this day I needed it. Be prepared for emergencies with Slime Quick Spair Tire Sealant. Quick Spair instantly seals the puncture and re inflates the tire to get you back on the road quickly and safely. It's non flammable and free of carcinogens. Slime Quick Spair Tire Sealant instantly seals punctures, re-inflates tire, TPMS-safe. To use Quick Spair, simply remove the valve cap, attach the hose and press the green button. In just seconds, the puncture is sealed and the tire is inflated. Quick Spair is non-flammable and cleans out of the tire with water, making a professional repair possible. Then it's important to put a mile or two on the vehicle at a slow speed, to spread the slime internally.
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