Mercury Wheels MTB Tubeless Valves - Pair

Mercury Wheels MTB Tubeless Valves - Pair
Mercury Wheels MTB Tubeless Valves - Pair
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MTB Tubeless Valves - Pair by Mercury Wheels
Designed with a universal shape that's compatible with UST, road tubeless, and standard tube-type rims, the Mercury Wheels MTB Tubeless Valves are comprised of 25-millimeter tubeless valves, complete with a removable valve core for quickly inserting extra sealant without breaking the bead on your tires. This pair of tubeless valves includes a valve core removal tool for easier maintenance at home.

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SKU: MCW0012
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