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« on: June 19, 2014, 06:58:45 pm »

Since it can be challenging to put air in the front tires (2014, 2350), has anyone not only removed the hub caps, but also replaced the wheels/rims with attractive ones (aluminum?) that go well with the rear hub caps?
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« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2014, 10:02:26 pm »

I always thought PC-USA added valve extenders on the front wheels.  I have them and I think all other owners do too as they never mentioned an issue when adding air.  Maybe the factory forgot to install them on your rig.  I would call the factory and ask about them.  They may send them in the mail for you.

I would love to have Alcoa alloy rims on our rig for "That Look", but could never justify the expense......very expensive!  I've looked for used rims, but they are very rare and also too rich for me.
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Ron & Irene Dittmer, 2007 Model 2350, Ordered Without A Slideout
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