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  1. e*thirteen valves work with all e*thirteen rims. If you are using a rim from another manufacturer please refer to the diagram to check if e*thirteen valves will work for your rims.
    • e*thirteen valves work with all e*thirteen rims. If you are using a rim from another manufacturer please refer to the diagram to check if e*thirteen valves will work for your rims.

  2. Start by choosing the proper rubber base for your rim.
    • Start by choosing the proper rubber base for your rim.

    • Rims with curved valleys will use the curved base.

    • Rims with flat valleys will use the flat O-ring base.

  3. Install the base of the valve through the valve hole and ensure that the curvature of the rubber seal matches the curvature of the rim well. Press firmly.
    • Install the base of the valve through the valve hole and ensure that the curvature of the rubber seal matches the curvature of the rim well.

    • Press firmly.

  4. Install the valve stem. Tighten the valve to hand tight. Do not overtighten - this can cause leaking and make the valve impossible to remove on the trail if you get a flat.
    • Install the valve stem.

    • Tighten the valve to hand tight.

    • Do not overtighten - this can cause leaking and make the valve impossible to remove on the trail if you get a flat.

    • The base of the valve includes a hex in the head in case the valve is twisting, a 4mm hex wrench can be used to hold it.

Conclusion

Thanks for reading, now get out there and ride!

The Hive - Jeremy

Member since: 12/05/2012

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