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    Is there somewhere that sells these for the stock rims. I an getting new rubber put on in Wednesday. Would like to have these too. Any links?

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    Lol big b

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlessThisNine View Post
    Lol big b

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    I did that this morning from my phone and not much came up hence posting to see if u guys gave had experience with them. If they do exist and are any good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocker23 View Post
    I did that this morning from my phone and not much came up hence posting to see if u guys gave had experience with them. If they do exist and are any good
    No clue, I use the regular chrome stems. Sounds kinda like a PITA!

    Compliment today's aftermarket wheels with these flush mount valve stems. Keep your valve stems out of harms way from rocks and debris. Want to air down? Just pull the valve core and screw it back in when done. Want to air up? Just screw in the included Filler Tube and your set.
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    Jrrose69 has them. Stemless valve stems. You just have to be sure not to lose the stem to put air in. Send him a pm and he will help you out.
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    I just installed a set on my wheels a few days ago. They look really good in my polished wheels. They fit good and you can air down without anything special. You do have to screw in a little tube to air up but I just dropped it into my tool kit. I mean really, how many times a year do you have to add air to your tires? Not often unless you have a leak.


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    Can u post a link to where u got them. Thanks bro

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    I would but I just walked into a local store called chux trux and bought them. If you have a local 4x4 shop or hot rod shop then you may be in luck locally


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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocker23 View Post
    Can u post a link to where u got them. Thanks bro
    If you use the link I posted, you can search many sites to buy them. Come on man, I made it easy for ya!


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    found some on ebay #
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    here is a link http://rockcrawler-mrt.com/valve_stems.htm I do have one new set here I paid 25.00 shipped if someone wants them 25.00 shipped and they are yours what I did is took one of the valvestems I didn`t use because they come in a set of 4 take a extra one drilled a hole in the black plastic piese under the tripple tree and installed it makeing sure not to put it where it will bind or hit anything while turning and simpoly screw the stem piece there it is easily assesable and out of the way

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    I have been using them for years. Gorilla makes them.
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    Here is a link to them. I have been using the VS406C http://www.gorilla-auto.com/valve-stems
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