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90 Degree Valve Stems

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GAZ
These are a great investment. It depends on which ones you get. The ones listed here require you to take off the tire. Some you can add to your existing valve. I would recommend the ones you posted as its more of a flush look. I'll be changing mine out with a new set of tires.

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LOL!! If i still had my compressor then this wouldn't have been a problem.

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rowdy
I use a bicycle pump and no need for 90 degree valve stem. I used to need them on a bike with closer spacing, but... If you use adapters, the centrifugal force exerted on them while riding can eventually crack and break the valve stems, so don't leave them on. I would screw them on to inflate, then take them off. The kind that require tire re-installation are probably ok, but will definitely need a rebalance and add weight.
 

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thomascrown
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Yeap, had them a while now.  Technically, these are superior in dealing with forces than the rubber valve stems.  
 
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