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Old 10-15-2013, 09:15 AM   #11
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Something to consider; rubber valve stems come in a few different lengths, from short and stubby about 1/2 inch long, to nearly two inches long. When Tire Minder says the sensors work fine with rubber valve stems, perhaps they mean the short stubby ones.
Yeah, that's good too David. My stems aren't very long (TT is in storage so I can't run out & measure) I'd guess and inch. I doubt they're 1.5" long, do they come in .25" increments?
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Yeah, that's good too David. My stems aren't very long (TT is in storage so I can't run out & measure) I'd guess and inch. I doubt they're 1.5" long, do they come in .25" increments?
Can't say for sure what the increment amount is.......
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If I were going do anything,it would be metal stems. Why take a chance?
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