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Old 09-23-2011, 10:45 AM   #1537
dceggert
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Location: Metro Detroit - almost like offroad riding
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Originally Posted by Robert OK View Post
Straight out. Any ideas on how to get an angle? 15 degrees would make a huge difference.
The angle is built into the wheel so without changing wheels it is not possible...but I do have a proposed solution for you!

Go to the cheepo auto parts store in your area and look for the rubber valvestem extenders that go on the dual rear wheel trucks and motorhomes. They are about 6" long or so and flexible. When you want to check or adjust air pressure in your rear tire remove the cap, screw the hose onto it, then use the valve in the end of the hose to check/adjust the air. When you are done unscrew the hose and put the cap back on.

I do this when I check/adjust my motorhome tires and it makes it pretty easy in very tight places.
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