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Old 07-27-2009, 05:27 PM   #1
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Old 07-27-2009, 05:54 PM   #2
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I can get you right angle valve stems like that but what makes them "Safety Valves"?
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Old 07-27-2009, 06:01 PM   #3
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QUESTION: I want to purchase some 90 degree valve stems for my 2004 Harley Ultra Classic with 16" alloy rims. Is this item what I need? I want them in black or chrome.
ANSWER: I"m sorry we don't carry this item.

QUESTION: I have a 04' FJR 1300. I would really like to get a right-angle valve stem for the front OEM wheel. It's very difficult to check the air etc. Thanks...Bruce Macdonald
ANSWER: We carry the stems in 8mm and 10mm. If either one will work I will sell that to you.Thanks

QUESTION: I have a set of rims where the front rim appears to have a 10mm hole and the back a 15mm hole. Will this valve work in both rims or do you have different sizes that will work? Thanks!
ANSWER: NO, it won't fit in both. I only have 8mm and 10mm. YOu need to source the 15mm from somewhere else. Thanks

QUESTION: what are the measurements of this valve stem. i need one like this: 2.8" long .760" at the rubber end piece .640" width at rubber end piece
ANSWER: The thread pitch is 1.0 and the length is shorter than 2.8" long. What are you using it for?

QUESTION: Can you get 90' aluminum valve stems to fit rims with a 10mm hole in them? K&L Engineering in Santa Clara carries them, but they don't sell to the public, unfortunately.
ANSWER: Of course we carry them. We suppply K&L with theirs. Just place theorder. Thanks, Jolene

QUESTION: why do you not have pictures of the 90 degree valve stems. at $12.00 each I would think a person should be able to see what he/she is attempting to purchase.
ANSWER: I'll get right on it!

QUESTION: What size rim hole do your 90 degree valve stems fit?

QUESTION: Do you have pictures of your valve stems? Can I buy two 90 degree stems?
ANSWER: I don't have pictures but yes you can buy 2 90 degree.

QUESTION: what are they made of ? and do you ave pics of stem ?
ANSWER: They are made of aluminum. One is straight and one is 90 degree, with black caps. Jolene

QUESTION: are these the kind that screw on to existing valve stems?
ANSWER: No, they are a whole seperate piece. Thanks, Jolene
Q and A yes you can get them here in the U.S.
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Old 07-27-2009, 06:57 PM   #4
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