Tire inflation System for Truck

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  1. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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    I might have seen a different brand product rhan halo.
    Not sure
     
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  3. Siinman

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    Did you ever get these installed? Been thinking about them for awhile now.
     
  4. xsetra

    xsetra Road Train Member

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    I did not. Freightliner used to sell them. I don't know who does now. I think the brand name is Halo.
    Don't remember the last price I seen it was, but it was much more

    Plus they only inflate when truck is rolling. Unlike the trailer system that adds psi full time. Plus the warning light.

    I decided I drove a couple decades without them, I'll just keep thumping my tires every day for my last decade.
     
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  5. Siinman

    Siinman Road Train Member

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    This is the new set up from them. Looks like you can get some kind of bluetooth thing that connects to them now.
     
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  6. OhNoTerry

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    Ever look into the Hendrickson inflation system? We ran it on our quad axle Western trailers at my previous outfit and I have it on my Utility reefer now. Has a shut off valve as well
     
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  7. Midwest Trucker

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    I think that’s what a lot of my latest trailers have. Is that the one where it will increase as well as decrease the pressures? It seems if I remember right the older ones were add air only.

    Id still like to find a good solution for the trucks.
     
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  8. Siinman

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    Yep that is correct. I posted about one for the truck in another tread. halo is what it was called.
     
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  9. Siinman

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    Oops it is right above on this thread.
     
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  10. roshea

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    Not cheap that's for sure. for a tandem axle with dual tires their product page shows $1540. However it will work on a tractor, while the other systems used on trailers cannot be installed on drive axles, and their prices are even higher not including several hours of installation time.
     
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  11. LoneRanger

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    $240 for covers
    $50 for blue tooth
    $4620 for all three axles.

    that’s not including tax and installation. So let’s say $5500

    Less work more sleep + less energy spent fatter I get.
     
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