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September 2, 2012

Tire valve stem extension


Wrote reader Doug Alberg, "It seems like every car I buy has a spare tire that must be installed upside down so the valve is inaccessible. An inaccessible valve means I rarely check the tire pressure. Solution: Valve stem extension."

"It works as an extension to your spare's valve stem, making it more accessible. One end of the extension hose screws on to the valve on the tire. Place the other end in a convenient location. Use a tire pressure gauge on this end to check pressure and inflate the tire when needed. Once installed, it is always ready to use."

40-inch extension: $7.65.

September 2, 2012 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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