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    I install Transit TR-600 rubber and brass rated max. 100psi.
    Schrader marked (who really knows these days?) Made in Chinaland. Never
    a problem.
    Plastic extenders for the inner rears, simple as can be, in
    keeping with the rest of the van mechanicals. More joints
    equals more chance of leaks in my lexicon of understanding.



    Lexicon....so much better than book

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    VW LT 2.8TDi Self-Build Camperbus
    Not driven the Camperbus since fitted this kit until today. Checked the displays and still spot on as I left them so no leaks there
    Couldn't detect any induced imbalance due to the extra gauges and hoses when driving.
    Checked the gauges when I got home after final 15 mile drive and they were both like this:

    Gauge after driving
    by David, on Flickr
    Very much as expected and described by the maker - over pressure due to the heat induced when driving. Being half yellow, half red I would estimate 70 PSI (as 10 PSI down changes from full yellow to full black and I'm guessing the change is linier).

    I'll refit the TPMS sensors on the van now I have checked the gauges are good so I can dynamically monitor all the tyres (plus the trailer when I tow that)
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