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Old September 5th, 2014, 03:24 PM
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What size valve stems?

So it looks like someone had tubed a set of general grabber AT2's on RRC 3 spoke wheels i picked up on the cheap a while back for whatever reason. Picked up a nail and went to get the puncture patched and imagine my suprise when the tire guy told me they were tubed. I had them pull the tube and just plug patch the puncture.

Well, now my spare has gone flat and it looks like it's tubed as well so what size valve stems should I use on the RRC 3 spoke alloys when i pull the tube out?

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