Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/4" Long - Up to 100 psi

Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/4" Long - Up to 100 psi

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  • Valve Stems
  • 100 psi
  • Americana
  • 1-1/2 Inch Long
This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap-in and 1-1/4" long and fits through 0.625" 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 - 1-1/4" Long - Up to 100 psi part number AM20907 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Americana Tire Inflation and Repair - AM20907

This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap-in and 1-1/4" long and fits through 0.625" diameter rim holes on trailer wheels.


Features:

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


Specs:

  • Length: 1-1/4"
  • Rim hole diameter: 0.625"
  • Fits wheels with PSI ratings in excess of 65 psi and valve holes 0.625" diameter
  • Maximum tire pressure: 100 psi


20907 Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/4" Long - Up to 100 psi







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Video Transcript for Americana Tire Inflation and Repair - Valve Stems - AM20907 Review

Today we're going to review part number AM20907. This is the high pressure rubber snap-in valve stem. It has a maximum pressure of 100 PSI. These tubular snap-in valves for high pressure applications are usually designed for medium and heavy duty trucks and trailers, and must be used when their recommended cold inflation pressure exceeds the 65 PSI. These high pressure snap-in valves that will fit the 0.625 rim hole . which is what this will fit into .. will allow a maximum cold inflation of 100 PSI.

These are typically used in steel wheels high pressure snap-in valves. They combine a thicker rubber snap-in base with the metal barrel, which you can see right here, and the plastic cap that goes over. The effective length of this valve stem, which is measured once it's installed into the wheel . the effective length will be measured from the wheel up to the top here. On this one, the effective length youre looking at about 1 1/4 inch. Again, this fits the rim hole diameter of 0.625.

The wheels that have that size rim hole are usually 16 inches inaudible 00:01:16, because they are used in the medium and heavy duty trucks and trailers. That should do it for the review of part number Am20907, the high pressure rubber snap-in valve stem with the 100 PSI maximum pressure. .


Customer Reviews

Americana High Pressure Rubber Snap-In Valve Stem - 1-1/4" Long - Up to 100 psi - AM20907

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

This high pressure rubber valve stem is snap-in and 1-1/4" long and fits through 0.625" diameter rim holes on trailer wheels.

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I have been purchasing tires, rims, electric brake units- Great Products- Great company. Thank You Etrailer! 200259



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A great addition to the set of rims I p urchased 638378



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Interestingly, these Valve Stems do expire with time. When replacing tires, recommend one also replace the valve stems (Really saves headaches). Original lasted 12 years. Small leaks developed where the brass stem comes out of the rubber. Also, a little sideways pressure on the valve stem can confirm leaks originating at the hole where it comes out of the wheel. 598275



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Easy to install high pressure valve stem. Works great. 589723



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Valves worked good 516338



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Its a valve stem. It fit the hole. It doesn't leak. 491426


Comments

Still holding air, like they should...

gstrom99 - 04/01/2019

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Good quality 488429



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Received very fast 483571



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First time buying from etrailer so I did a small purchase to check things out. Couldn't be more happy with the overall experience. Will buy from you again with no reservations. 339626



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Ordering was easy. Prices were great. Delivery was sooner than expected. 327876


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No problems at all. totally satisfied.

Wayne - 12/25/2017

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Got them installed and the trailer is road ready 281758



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Just as described. Good quality. Fast shipping. Very good company to work with for trailer purchases/needs. 234123



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The wheels were exactly what I needed and wanted for a very good price. The trailer light package was of good quality and for a great price. However, the valve stems ordered were for the wheels and the did not fit because the diameter was too large. I had purchased ones that fit when I had my tires mounted at big O. Over all that was a minor issue and I will gladly depend on etrailer for all my trailer needs. Thanks so much! 192441


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