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Removable valve core list

Old 12-19-06, 03:55 PM
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Removable valve core list

Let's list the ManufacturesList a tire model with a removable valve core. This way we can all know what models can easily have a tire sealant added to them.
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Grifo Challenge.

More importantly I'd say it's good to know so that one can add extenders to the valves. I really for the life of me cannot understand why these companies do not just put in the extended valves for areo rims. It pisses me off. Extenders are just a pain in the ass to deal with and it seems totallyu unnecessary to me if they just bild them properly.
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because not everybody rides aero rims. and those that do run a dizzying number of different rim depths.

i don't see what the problem is with putting in an extender. you do it once and it's set. it's not as though you've got to put it on and take it off every day.
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