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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-06-2011, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Default Angled valve stems - in colors

I just came across a very light weight angled (83 degrees) tire valve stems. They even come in a variety of colors. Simply Google "angled valve stems" and there are 2 sites that contain easy to read and good info. One is Throttleworx.com and the other is KurveyGirl.com. Both sell these sophisticated units for less than $30 a pair. My XR screams for an angled stem at least on the rear wheel.

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Mine too. It'll get done when the tires are replaced on mine.

Edit: I did a Google search and came up with this site for them. I don't know if the prices are any better but there's a lot more info on the product at $33 a pair which includes shipping. And of course they have them on ebay for $27.50 if they are the same exact product.

You can always spend $10 and get the 90 degree extensions that go on your existing valve stem.

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Great find. I've been meaning to get a set because the Ness Cross Wheels are a pain to reach the stem.
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