Bicycle tubeless rim valve stem

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35mm

44mm

55mm USD +0.5

60mm USD +0.5

70mm USD +0.5

90mm USD +0.5

110mm USD +0.5

Length This is a required option.

35mm

44mm

55mm USD +0.5

60mm USD +0.5

70mm USD +0.5

90mm USD +0.5

110mm USD +0.5

Weight: 4.00g+/-1

Final total: USD 7.00+(3.5% paypal fee included)

Weight: 4.00g+/-1

Final total: USD 7.00+(3.5% paypal fee included)

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Rims Depth Recommended Tubeless Valves Length
under 26mm 35mm
27mm~34mm 44mm
35mm~40mm 55mm
45mm~49mm 60mm
50mm~56mm 70mm
60mm~65mm 90mm
80mm~90mm 110mm
The alloy tubeless bicycle valves are very lightweight and are compatible with all of our rims. They are anodized black for durability and have a removable valve core so you can add sealant without removing your tire. The patented collar is oversized so that it easier to grip by hand, and it has a unique concave base. The rubber o-ring fits in between the rim and the concave base to seal out any water.

Instructions:

1. Use a pen knife or utility knife to make a very small “x” in the tubeless tape over the valve hole.

2. Remove the collar, o-ring and dust cap from the valve. Tighten the valve core and presta cap.

3. Push the valve stem into the hole and twist as you push until it is all of the way down.

4. Put the rubber o-ring onto the valve stem so that it slides all of the way down onto the rim.

5. Screw the collar onto the valve stem so that the concave base is facing the o-ring. The idea is to sandwich the o-ring between the collar and the rim.

6. Push down on the rubber base of the valve stem as you tighten the collar, and keep pushing until the collar is hand tight and the rubber base mushrooms out. This is how the valve creates a tubeless seal.

7. The o-ring should be invisible in most cases at this point and the valve should not be able to move side to side easily, or you may need to tighten more.

COMMENTS

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Gary 2017/04/13

alloy tubeless bicycle valves question. I want to order 2 total 60mm tubeless valves to use on my road bike. Are these prices for each "1" and do I need to order "2" to equip one bike with 2 wheels? Most that I have looked at come in packs of 2 valves and not sure how I need to order yours to be sure that I get 2 total valves for one bike. Thank you.


LightBicycle 2017/04/14

Hello Gary, Thanks for your inquiry. Our website price is for single valve stem. For 60mm valve, it is $8 each. You can add 2pcs valves to your cart. I suggest you go with DHL delivery. It is $20 only and it takes within 5 days to arrive. If that works for you, I will create the purchase link to you. Thanks, Lightbicycle


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forrest 2016/05/08

Do you have valve stems compatible with your 45 & 55mm rims?


Light-Bicycle 2016/05/09

Hello Forrest, Thanks for your inquiry. Both of our valves stems are too short for the 45mm or 55mm rims. I am sorry about that. We will have longer valve stems in the coming months. Thanks, Light-bicycle


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