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Old 11-04-2009, 09:05 PM   #1
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i dont know how to title it but see you know the answer.

ok i have seen on big trucks a hose that goes from the body of the truck to the center of the hub on the wheel and then to the valve stem. it it to allow the driver to adjust the tire pressure while driving what is that call and were can i find it online? THANKS
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To the wheel hub or the center axle pumpkin?

If it is to the center of the axle....its the air line for an air actuated locker such as a ARB.

If it is to the Hub "really passes through the center of the hub and to the front face of the wheel to the valve core"...It is know as CTIS or central tire inflation system......

All of the set ups for CTIS I have seen or worked on are on HUMVEE's, MRAP's, and WORTHOG's. But they do produce them for many many military vehicles.

Only issue.....$$$$$$ thousands for a set up.

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Old 11-05-2009, 09:56 AM   #3
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We've got em on all our newer trailers, really really nice until you get an old unit and forget to check tire pressure because you've gotten used to the damn computer doing it for you.
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Old 11-05-2009, 01:41 PM   #4
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what brand u got?
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Old 11-06-2009, 03:20 PM   #5
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well i got a e-mail back from this site 01 AIR CTI Intro
they said $3,000 for a jeep setup.
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I'd read that site carefully and look at the pictures before making a decision. This is not the neat CTIS of a Humvee H1. This is a hose that goes over the outside of the tire, and rotates somehow at the hub. It is somewhat less elegant than a factory solution.

If I remember correctly, they wanted to add CTIS to the H2, but couldn't - the GM axles wouldn't allow for it.

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WHY would you need or want one????

For that kindof money I would rather buy some 60's or MOG axles.


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