kdbgoat said:Replacement valve stem cores and the tool to replace them are available at just about any auto parts store. Just have an air source to re-inflate the tire once the stem is replaced. When pulling the core on an inflated tire, be aware the core can possibly come out like a rocket.
beaverfever said:22.5 inch tires? might stop at a tire store or truck stop and get it done for you.
kdbgoat said:Replacing a valve core is the same process whether it's a bicycle tire or a tractor trailer.
I needed one and found they were $4.95 for a 10 pak or 100 for $20 (NAPA) I bought the driver tool for $6 and then stopped at a tire shop. They gladly gave me a half dozen. Be ready for a rush of air, the faster you go the less you will have to put back in!kdbgoat said:Replacement valve stem cores and the tool to replace them are available at just about any auto parts store. ............
spencerpj said:Might be same process, but one might be a tad harder than the other. All depends if you are refilling the tire with a hand pump or air hose. ;D ??? :
Joking aside, wear safety glasses if you change the core yourself.
All this available at any auto store or wallyworld
Rene T said:The video shows a torque wrench type removal tool, That's not needed. All you need is one of these. Just tighten up the core till it's tight. Put a glob of spit on the end and check for bubbles.
KandT said:just curious if you use valve extenders - Those kept unscrewing the valve for me. I bought an extra long chuck and left the valve extensions off.
Now whenever I am having a bad day I just think how well my new valve extension free system works and it bring s a smile to my face.