Jeff in OR
Bought this to go in my pack. Doesn't read. Reads my front tire, but doesn't read my back. Looks like the center piece is flush with the part that contacts the top rim of the valve. If your valve stem is flush or below the rim it won't work. Crap. Buy something else. EDIT: My air pressure in the rear tire was low, about 4 lbs. If I increase the pressure in the tire the gauge will read sporadically. Two other gauges, one digital and one other cheap gauge I got from the auto parts store (0-20 psi) read this tire every time and both read it as 4 psi.Read All Reviews
Alan in OH
Thick tube and great price.Read All Reviews
Thomas in PA
I know when I change tires, getting the valve stem in the hole is a pain. This tool is easy to use and works great. only bad thing is you have to remove valve to screw it on. Then put back in and put air in tire. If you like your fingers,get one.Read All Reviews
Justin in MI
I like these tires, this is my second pair. They offer excellent traction straight line and in the corners and wear very well. The Michelan Pilot Power tires I used to run offer better feedback when your at the edge of the tire where these will let you lean until there is no tire left and not really let you know. I think this is due to the profile of the tire which also keeps it from looking as wide as other tires on the market. Overall I think these are a great riders tire but not the coolest looking tires money can buy.Read All Reviews
Larry in TX
Stand and bead breaker works well, only complaint is that there is a inch diameter circular steel piece on one side of the stand, I'm assuming to put tools in when you aren't using it, but they put it up too high. You have to be careful that your spokes don't sit on it, and it gets in the way when you want to spin the tire around on the stand. Other then that, great!Read All Reviews
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