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Angled Tubeless Tire Valve Stem

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Angled Tubeless Tire Valve Stem

Fitment Note: For use on Mag wheels only. Requires measuring hole in wheel for proper fitment.

• Designed for use on most mags with .453" to .625" mounting hole

• For tubeless tires

Product Specs

  • Angled: Angled
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Material: Steel
  • Sold in Units: Each


Fitment Note: For use on Mag wheels only. Requires measuring hole in wheel for proper fitment.

Note: This item is a universal/custom fit component, and does not have any direct standard/OEM model application. Some items may require modification and an advanced level of mechanical skill and/or knowledge for installation.

Customer Reviews

 murrayo Posted:

Finally, I can put air in the tires .

 dural Posted:

cool, now i don't have to bye another nozzle.

 Bigbaloo Posted:

As advertised. I decided to wait to put it on the back tire. Looks like it would work well, but, a little cheap looking.

 Squatch Posted:

Fit good. Much easier to get a chuck on to check/ add air.

 mandywireman Posted:

These stems are nice, however they would not fit in the tire well without bending them with a hammer. Had do to some slight adjustments but works great and looks good.

 roger@umatilla-city .org Posted:

good buy

 wwwtommyb Posted:


 dj611229 Posted:

Easy to install

 louisfung Posted:

Why this was not fitted as standard by HD is beyond me?

 edabacan Posted:

Now can pump air easily from any gas stations.

 mrdeejp Posted:

Great for getting the pump in.

 hamannator Posted:

This is the 2nd one of these that I have bought. The size is not consistant with the 1st one I bought. This one has a lot more length or offset to it. Way more than the 1st one I had. I was lucky I did not have a flat with this one. It is so long it hit the brake bleeders on the way around. Luckily I didn't have it so tight that it would not move.

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