Northside Dr, St. Jacobs, ON N0B 2N0, Canada(View Map)


CROSSFIRE DUAL TIRE PRESSURE EQUALIZATION MONITORING SYSTEM 125 PSI While in motion, your truck's inner tire temperature increases due to in-board brakes and poor air circulation. This causes an increase in air pressure, which expands the inner tire's diameter. This results in a distorted dual tire configuration with the diameters unequal.

The Crossfire system is a pressure equalizer and monitoring valve that is mounted between dual tires. When properly mounted, air flows from one tire to another, maintaining equal tire pressure and load distribution. How It Works:

Safety Feature Automatically Isolates The "Good" Tire, In A Tire Blowout Internal Safety Valve Immediately Closes, With Only A Slight Loss Of Pressure In The "Good" Tire When Your Tire Has A Slow Leak, The Valve Isolates Both Tires After A Pressure Drop Of Approximately 10 P.S.I The highway can also cause problems that affect your tires. The highway is not entirely flat, which in turn causes unequal tire loading. See how Crossfire takes on the road in Picture #4

The Crossfire dual tire pressure equalization monitoring system will maximize your tire's life. It saves you more than 20% on tire wear cost and pays for itself in less than a year! It cuts down maintenance time due to single-point inflation and the visual pressure gauge. The Crossfire system requires little maintenance and installs within minutes with your mounting bracket. Only $113 for TWO while supplies last Several pairs available cro

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