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Maybe I was a bit too harsh too soon on the Milkit valves.  I got them to seal at last, pressure been consistent on 2 bar for the last three rides.

 

Yes pricy, but they make it so easy and simple to check/replace/top-up sealant without deflating the tire, no mess no fuss.  You need to buy the syringe kit also though.

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Was at Cycle Lab in Boksburg earlier and they have some really nice tubeless valves with that alloy piece behind the sealing rubber, they have a couple different colors available as well, sadly they all have black plastic caps, but anyway, they are R150 a set if anyone is interested, will post a picture tomorrow

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Was at Cycle Lab in Boksburg earlier and they have some really nice tubeless valves with that alloy piece behind the sealing rubber, they have a couple different colors available as well, sadly they all have black plastic caps, but anyway, they are R1500 a set if anyone is interested, will post a picture tomorrow

 

How much are the muc off ones? Holy crap 1500 FOR VALVES

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Whoops, typo, R150

 

Aaaaaaa ..... you had me surfing the CWC site ....

 

 

R150 for their Marvel product.

 

 

I recall seeing a known brand, in colour, at CWC a few weeks ago for around R500 per set (cant recall the brand though).... was very tempted to buy the green for Maritz's bike ....

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Aaaaaaa ..... you had me surfing the CWC site ....

 

 

R150 for their Marvel product.

 

 

I recall seeing a known brand, in colour, at CWC a few weeks ago for around R500 per set (cant recall the brand though).... was very tempted to buy the green for Maritz's bike ....

I am finished with alumnium valves. They dont last especially when they get warm when you inflate the tyre. The valve snaps easily. Old trusty brass valves from now on.

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