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Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi

Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi

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This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap in and 1-1/2" long and fits through 0.453" diameter rim holes on trailer wheels. Lowest Prices for the best tire inflation and repair from Americana. Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi part number AM20904 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Americana Tire Inflation and Repair - AM20904

  • Tire Valves
  • 80 psi
  • Americana

This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap in and 1-1/2" long and fits through 0.453" diameter rim holes on trailer wheels.


Features:

  • Valve stem provides inflation point for tire
  • Durable rubber construction
  • Simple snap-in installation


Specs:

  • Length: 1-1/2"
  • Rim hole diameter: 0.453"
  • Fits wheels with PSI ratings in excess of 65 psi
    • Maximum tire pressure: 80 psi


20904 Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi





Video of Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Americana Tire Inflation and Repair - Valve Stems - AM20904 Review

Today we're going to review part number AM20904. This is a high pressure rubber snap-in valve stem. it has a maximum inflation pressure of 80 psi and it has an effective length of 1 1/2" long. These tubeless snap-in valves for high pressure applications are designed for medium and heavy duty trucks and trailers. These valves must be used when a recommended cold inflation pressure on the tire exceeds 65 psi. These high pressure snap-in valve stems for wheels with the .453 rim hole, which is what this valve stem would fit in to, allows a maximum cold inflation pressure of 80 psi. These are typically used in steel wheels.

High pressure snap-in valve stems will combine a thicker rubber snap-in base right here with the metal barrel and has the plastic cap. Again I mentioned the effective length on this is 1 1/2" and that's actually measured once it's installed in the wheel so the effective length is actually going to be measured from where it comes through the wheel to the top of the cap. If we put a ruler on this, it'd be a good idea, you can see the inch and a half effective length. That should do it for the review of part number AM20904, the high pressure rubber snap-in valve stem with the maximum 100 psi inflation and the 1 1/2" effective length. .


Customer Reviews

Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/2" Long - Up to 80 psi - AM20904

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (57 Customer Reviews)

This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap in and 1-1/2" long and fits through 0.453" diameter rim holes on trailer wheels.

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Great website (easy and logical to navigate), products, and customer service. 363642



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installed as expected. I only have 10 miles on the valve stem. They are staying together so far! As always, etrailer performs top notch. Great delivery and great service. 368891


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They work as advertised. Thanks for the follow up
Brian W - 04/19/2018

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Great fit, standard size for a boat trailer wheel. 894980



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Customer service was excellent. Ordered the wheel over the July 4th holiday and received it in 3 days. Shipping was upgraded from 5 day to 3 day delivery with no cost to me. Wheel fit perfectly and now I am good to go with a spare tire for my trailer. 837537



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looks well manufacture 828252



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Very good people to work with ..... Had a problem and thay fixed it so I could get me faster thank people LEE 822478



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Arrived promptly, exactly what I needed for upgrading tires to higher load range. 791340



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Great company, easy and quick to order and to receive! 729836



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Sturdy valves. hold pressure well 717662



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I ordered 2 and they both broke right where they meet the metal of the wheels. They leaked air and I needed to replace them both. 711211



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So far, so good! Installation into the rims was a snap with a bit of Vaseline. 711000



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Simple product but these valve stems look to be of high quality. They work well for Load Range D tires. 704462



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etrailer.com is one awesome company. Thank you 686836



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Excellent store. Good product & fast shipping - consistently. 674491



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It fit my rim perfectly. 670544



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Beautiful wheels and nice tires, shipped quickly at a good price. 669785



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Nice product great price. Very fast sh ipping. 611374



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Worked as advertised. 576733



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They're valves, they appear a little more heavy duty than regular off the shelf ones. 529813



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Arrived fast with my tires. 516390



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Works as it should 497420



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Speedy Del.Great follow up thanks .. 496405



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Its a valve stem. It fit the hole. It doesn't leak. 491425



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order came on time and multiple updates along its way also. 490542


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    The limiting factor in a wheel's pressure capacity is usually the valve stem. Some are rated only for 65-psi, # AM20903, while others such as # AM20904 are rated for 80-psi. Part # AM20907 handles up to 100-psi and part # AM20906 is good for tires needing over 100-psi pressure. Note different valve stems fit different size holes in the wheels. You will have no trouble moving up to a Load Range D tire on your 15 x 5-inch wheels so long as you also have the correct valve stem installed...
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    The 80psi rated valve stem for the HWT Series 03 trailer wheels # AM22657 you were looking at is # AM20904. We do not offer a valve stem for over this rating that will fit the rim hole diameter. I have link the above mentioned products to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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    Based on my research your 2003 Rockwood Freedom pop-up camper will have wheels that are 5 on 4-1/2 inches. Your 145R12 tires will fit any 12x4 inch rim, so I've attached the link to all your options. For a traditional option, I recommend the Taskmaster Steel 8-Spoke Trailer Wheel # TTW240545WS1 which will give you the factory original look. If you want an upgraded look I recommend the Aluminum HWT Series S5 Split Spoke Trailer Wheel # AM22319HWTB which will give you a really...
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  • Can 65 psi Tires be Used on 50 psi Wheels?
    You will be able to use a ST205/75r14 tire with a rating of 65 psi such as # AM10235 with a wheel that is stamped 50 psi as long as the valve stem you use is rated for at least 65 psi. The Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem, # AM20904, is rated up to 80 psi and will fit trailer wheels with a valve stem hole diameter of 0.453".
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  • How to Determine the Weight Rating of a Wheel for Load Range G Tires
    A common misconception about tires and wheels is that they have seperate weight ratings. Although some wheels may have a "weight rating", they are really rated for whatever size tire fits on them. The weight rating of a wheel is actually tied to the type of valve stem it has. If the valve stem is rated for a lower psi rating then the "weight rating" of the wheel will be lower. For example; The valve stem part # AM20904 is rated for psi up to 80 while the part # AM20906 has a psi...
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  • Can Trailer Tires with Load Range C be Replaced by Tires with Load Range E
    Trailer tires should also be inflated (while cold) to the maximum psi listed for the tire. Using them over or under inflated will cause them to heat up faster and increase the chance of failure. It is likely your tires with load range E should be inflated to 80 psi but go by what it says on the tire. The entire weight capacity will be limited by the lowest rated component. So just because your tires have the higher rating doesn't mean everything else does. But using the higher rated...
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  • Does Trailer Wheel Valve Stem PSI Rating Refer to Cold Inflation
    Yes, a valve stem like the Americana # AM20904 that features a maximum tire pressure of 80 psi refers to its cold inflation rating. You can absolutely use a wheel with an 80 psi valve stem for a tire that has a maximum psi rating of 80.
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    We unfortunately do not have the ability to mount tires in house. I recommend taking them to a local tire shop to have the separate wheels and tires mounted. When mounting trailer tires to trailer wheels, there is a different type of balancing that is done than with a vehicle tire. I've attached an article to assist. You will want to make sure that the installer uses a pin plate adapter to balance them correctly. If your wheels come with valve stems you will want to make sure they...
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  • What PSI Should I Inflate My Tires To
    Trailer tires should always be inflated to their maximum psi when the tires are cold. Running your tires at anything other than 80 psi will change the capacity of the tire to some unknown amount and can also cause the tire to heat up faster than it should which is what often causes tire failure. You also need to make sure your wheels are rated up to 80 psi. This is usually dependent on the valve stem. If you need new stems rated up to 80 psi use part # AM20904.
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  • Recommended Valve Stem For Dexstar Steel Mini Mod Trailer Wheel
    I went and pulled a Dexstar Wheel part # AM20545 from our warehouse to measure the diameter of the valve stem hole and found it to be .453 of an inch in diameter. For an 80 psi valve stem to fit this you would want part # AM20904. The psi limiting factor of a wheel setup is almost always going to be the valve stem. Check your tires for their maximum PSI rating because you always want to run trailer tires at their max PSI.
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  • Is There a Way to Find Weight Capacity of Trailer Wheel
    Most trailer wheels don't have a weight rating and they will work just fine with whatever the weight capacity is of the tire. The only thing that you have to be sure of is that the valve stem, like part # AM20904, is rated properly for the psi rating of the tire. For wheels that do have a weight capacity that is determined solely by the manufacturer and there really isn't a way to know what that rating is unless you can find it online or you contact them directly. If you have a wheel...
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  • Can I Determine the psi Rating of a Wheel
    Since wheels will be able to withstand the psi rating of any of the tires that are meant to fit it you will need to look at the valve stem as that is the deciding factor. If your valve stem has the rubber all the way up to the threads, like part # AM20903, then it will be rated around 65 psi. If there is some reinforcement between the rubber and the threads, like part # AM20904 or # AM20907, then your valve stem can be rated between 80 and 100 psi. The only valve stems that are rated...
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  • Aluminum Wheel Air Pressure Capacity When Using Higher Rated Tires
    I checked out the aluminum wheels we offer to see if there were large variances concerning tire pressure. For wheels that have a 6 on 5-1/2 bolt pattern, the psi rating was either 80 or 85. For wheels that had an 8 on 6-1/2 bolt pattern the psi rating varied from 80 to 110. I also spoke with our resident tire and wheel expert. They told me that if you use a tire on an aluminum wheel that has a higher psi rating than the wheel, you need to use a heavy-duty valve stem. Even though the...
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    The Kenda 4.80-12 Bias Trailer Tire with 12" Galvanized Wheel - 5 on 4-1/2 - Load Range B # AM30590 have a max speed of 65 mph. When trailer tires are not speed rated with a letter, the default is 65 mph max. I've attached an article to assist. If you want a speed rating higher, then for that tire size I recommend the Taskmaster 4.80R12 Radial Trailer Tire w/ 12" Silver Mod Wheel - 5 on 4-1/2 - Load Range C # AT12R45SM or # AT12R45WS. These are rated for speeds up to 81 mph. If...
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    Typically the psi rating for a wheel will be printed on a sticker on the back of the wheel or stamped into the metal of the wheel itself (on the back). The tire that is mounted to the wheel will be at or below the psi rating for the wheel and you should always inflate trailer tires to their maximum psi as listed on the sidewall. You can also take a look at the valve stem on your existing wheels. Typically valve stems that have rubber all the way up to the treads like # AM20903 will...
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  • Recommended 12 Inch Tires for Pop-up Camper Rated for 70 mph Crusing Highway Speeds
    The speed rating should be on the sidewall of your tires unless it is the standard 65 mph max. The letter represents the following maximum: J=63 mph L=75 mph M=81 mph N=87 mph For your tires, I recommend the Taskmaster 5.30R12 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range C # TT53012C. These tires have a speed rating of 81 mph max and are radials designed for best traction on highways. They are also rated for 1,050 lbs each at the proper inflation of 80 psi. You may also need valve stems...
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    The ST225/75R15 Westlake trailer tires, part # LHWL304, have a maximum psi of 80 but they don't have a range. They should always be inflated to the maximum psi when cold to perform properly and to handle their 2,830 pound weight capacity. A lot of trailer tires are supposed to be inflated to their maximum psi at all times. If your current wheels have a maximum psi of 65 there' s a good chance you can increase that by upgrading the valve stems. The psi of trailer wheels is often determined...
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    The max psi rating is specific to each tire as it is tested, so you cannot simply increase tire pressure to get a higher speed rating or increase weight capacity. Your tires could overheat or wear quickly because they are not designed for that pressure rating. Overheating is the number one cause of tire failure including blow outs and it is almost always due to improper inflation or traveling over the speed rating of the tire. The Karrier ST175/80R13 Radial Trailer Tire with 13" Aluminum...
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    There are a few measurements needed to ensure you get the correct wheel replacement, but it is difficult to determine from just a picture. I've attached articles to help with the proper fit by measuring the bolt pattern of your wheel, the width from bead seat to bead seat, and the diameter. If you need further help, send me the photos and the dimensions you have and I'd be happy to assist.
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    With a max load capacity on your trailer wheels of 2600 lbs, you can still use a Load Range E tire that is rated higher but you will be limited to the lesser weight capacity for your max load. For instance, if your tire is the Karrier ST225/75R15 Radial Trailer Tire - Load Range E # AM10303 which is rated for a load of up to 2,830 lbs at 80 psi, then you will be limited to 2600 lbs. The tire still needs to be inflated to its max capacity of 80 psi so the tire will ride properly, but you...
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    We actually carry the spare tire that fits the Malone MicroSport Trailer # MPG460G. The spare is # MPG465 and does have a 5 on 4-1/2 bolt pattern. With that being said it would be more cost effective for you to purchase two 4.80-12 trailer tires, like # TTWSF48012C, and have them mounted to the existing rims. If you need valve stems, # AM20904 will handle the 80 psi needed for these tires. I recommend these Taskmasters because they have an 81 mph speed rating, which is higher than...
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  • High Load Range Tire and Valve Stem Recommendation for a Americana Hi-Spec Trailer Wheel # AM22652
    A ST225/75R15 trailer tire will fit the Americana Aluminum Hi-Spec Series 6 Trailer Wheel # AM20455. The highest load range tire we offer in that size is the part # AM10303 which has a weight capacity of 2,830 lbs at 80 psi. For a set of valve stems that are rated for psi that high that would fit the rims you would want the # AM20904.
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  • Can Load Range D Trailer Tire Size ST205/75R14 Replace Tires on 2015 R-Pod Model 178
    We have a Load Range D trailer tire in size ST205/75R14 as part # AM10235. This tire will fit easily on your current rim since this is the same size as what you have. It actually requires 75 psi which we have the valve stem part # AM20904 which is rated for 80 psi that you could use with it. Your valve stems will get replaced when you take the wheel to a tire shop to have the tires mounted. Most likely they'd have the correct valve stem, but if not the # AM20904 will also work.
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    The 15x6 inch wheel # AM20535 will accept 205/75-15 tires, 225/75-15 tires, and 7.00-15LT tires. I have linked the 15 inch tires we carry for you. For a valve stem you can use # AM20904.
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  • Replacing Valve Stems to Increase PSI Rating of Rim to Equal Tire
    The psi rating will be determined by either the tire or the valve stem of the wheels. If you upgrade your tires you can upgrade the valve stems to meet the necessary psi. We carry several options. Americana # AM20903 are rated up to 65 psi and # AM20904 are rated up to 80 psi. Or for heavier trailers we have # AM20907 rated up to 100 psi and # AM20906 rated over 100 psi which are metal.
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  • What is the Diameter of the Valve Stem Hole for Taskmaster Trailer Wheel
    The valve stem hole in Taskmaster trailer wheel # TTW550550WS1 is 0.453 inches in diameter. We have a couple of valve stems that fit that size. Valve stem # AM20903 is rated for up to 65 psi which is what the valve stem on the wheel is supposed to be rated for. Or we have # AM20904 rated up to 80 psi.
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    The issue you are having trying to fill your tires is most likely either a stuck valve core or possibly that the compressor you are using is not rated for the pressure inside your trailer's tires. The majority of air compressors at your local gas station will however be rated for this so odds are the valve stems just need replaced. For this, we have part # AM20904. The valve cores going bad would not have anything to do with the tire itself. Please note, these trailer tires need to be filled...
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    All of our 16x7 inch Aluminum wheels that have the 6 on 5-/12 bolt pattern and 4.25 pilot hole are from HWT. I went to our warehouse and measured the following for their valve stem hole diameter: Aluminum HWT Hi-Spec Series 03 Mod Trailer Wheel w/-8mm Offset # AM22657 Aluminum Hi-Spec Series 04 Star Mag Wheel w/ +5 mm Offset TTWAL04167655 (discontinued) Aluminum Hi-Spec Series 06 Trailer Wheel TTWAL0667655B (discontinued) Each of them have a recess at the valve stem hole that...
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  • Correct Valve Stems for Load Range D Tire on Dexstar Rim # AM20436
    When installing a load range D tire with a 65 psi rating, like part # C22515D, on the Dexstar Steel Mini Mod Trailer Wheel # AM20436, it would be better to use a valve stem that is rated for over 65 psi. Although you need to keep the tire pressure at the recommended psi, this will give you some peace of mind and allow for any instances if you accidentally over inflate them. The next step up from the Americana Rubber, Snap-In Valve Stem # AM20903 rated for up to 65 psi is the Americana...
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