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 Post subject: Valve extensions
PostPosted: Thu Aug 04, 2016 10:04 pm 
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What valve extenders are people using? Looking for some good reliable ones to use with Continental Supersonic tubes.


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I like the Vittoria ones that you use with removable valve cores. You unscrew the valve core from the tube, screw in the Vittoria extender. That way you can close the valve easily.


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I use these and buy tubes that have removal valve cores.
http://www.wiggle.com/lifeline-valve-ex ... pack-60mm/


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https://www.bikebug.com/m/category.php? ... turerid=82

http://www.zipp.com/accessories/detail.php?ID=30032

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If you use tubes with removable cores use the extenders that go in place of the valve core. The wrench flats will prevent a good seal with standard style extenders. I prefer the standard style extenders so I found Kenda lightweight tubes with non-removable cores that seal nicely with a wrap of teflon tape.


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