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  • Myers Valve Stem Cap With Core Remover

    Steven in CA

    good

    nothing crazy, cheap, you get what you pay for. overall good buy i guess

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  • ITP Flat Base Chrome Lug Nut

    Scott in OH

    Just what my teryx needed!

    Got perfectly but I wish they were available in black!

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  • ITP O.E.M. Style Tapered Lug Nut

    Delton in MS

    SUPER AWESOME!

    FIT GREAT! THESE NOT ONLY LOOK GOOD THEY HOLD UP IN EXTREME MUD RIDING ALSO!!!

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  • Slime Valve Cores

    Tyler in SC

    ktm 1090

    work great.. good to carry spare ones in your tool bag

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  • Myers TR-412 Rubber Valve Stems

    Shane in TX

    Valve stem

    Good valve stems haven't broken one yet on any of my race cars

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  • Dyna Beads Refill Bag

    Ceej in LA

    Work great, no unsightly weights, smooth ride.

    As of FEB 2022, I've been using Dyna Beads in my Suzuki DR-650SE?s tubes for 12 years, and I'll never go back to spoke or rim weights. Even with knobbies, Dyna Beads keep the fat DR smooth on and off the road. No issues cruising highway speeds. I've read of people slamming these and claiming that the physics behind them is some voodoo hype that doesn't work. If Dyna Beads didn't work I simply wouldn't use them - and for this long! Easy to install (trickle them into the tube in a steady stream - don't just dump them all at once), no unsightly weights, and a smooooooooth ride. The only issue I've ever had (maybe three times in 12 years) was getting a bead stuck in the valve core when checking tire pressure. It's easily remedied by inflating the tube in order to force the bead out, or remove the valve core and clear it manually. You can also minimize this occurrence by checking pressure only with the valve stem pointing up so the beads fall away from the stem.

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