BikeMaster Valve Stem Puller

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BikeMaster Valve Stem Puller

I know you're thinking "What's a valve stem puller?" It is basically a wire guide that pulls the valve stem through the wheel after the tube and tire are mounted - that means no more time fishing for elusive valve stems lost in the tire/wheel abyss. The sweat blood, and tears this simple tool will save is worth every penny.

Simply thread the puller through the valve hole in the rim, screw the cap onto the valve stem of the inner tube, seat the tube inside the tire and once the second tire bead is in place, simply pull the valve stem into place.
  • Easy to use, you will wonder how you survived without it
  • Manufacturer’s lifetime warranty
  • Item # 45953
  • SKU #405112
  • Mfr. Part # FHM072

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Big help changing tire

This tool makes insertion of the valve stem a cinch and reduces the chance of a pinched tube. It is rugged and well made. Should be in every tool kit.

Arthur - September 27, 2012

(Fort Myers, FL)

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Simple but effective tool! For the price you can't go wrong, anyone who changes their own tires should give this gem a try. Have not used it enough to address durability factor but I was pleasantly Surprised at how easy it made fishing a valve stem on a rim locked rear tire for my Wr450.

greg - September 27, 2012

(carbondale, CO)

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Waste of money

The use of this tool would have been helpful, but out on the trail the handle pulled right off the cable.

Tyler - May 22, 2013

(haw river, NC)
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