Pic-10

The double whip for the rear duals consists of a unique articulating fitting that can be turned to create the optimum angle for either tire. It is installed in a female D-type connector, which is then attached to the male D-type connector mounted in the wheel well.
The control panel as viewed from the rear of the coach, mounted to the hitch receiver. The user now has the option of airing up with a male D-type connector (yet to be installed) inserted into the mini control valve, or one of the Schrader valves. The other Schrader valve can be used to check tire pressure of all tires with a tire pressure gauge. To release pressure from all tires, simply open the mini control valve.

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