Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems, 1-1/4″ TR 413

(10 customer reviews)

Replace worn out valve stems
1.25-inch (TR413)
For .453-inch rim hole
Includes (2) black valve caps

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Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems, 1-1/4″ TR 413

Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems replace worn and leaky valves. Valve stems are 1.25-inch (TR413). Pack of 2 and 2 black valve caps. Fits 0.453-inch rim hole.

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Additional information


Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems, 1-1/4" TR 413

Item Weight

0.16 ounces

Product Dimensions

0.9 x 0.7 x 0.6 inches

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Cover Included

Best Sellers Rank

#489 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)

#1 in Tire Valve Stems

Shipping Weight

0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)

Date First Available

August 31, 2010

10 reviews for Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems, 1-1/4″ TR 413

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    C. Jones

    Used these with my yard sprayers to allow me to pressurize them from my air compressor, rather than manually pumping them repeatedly. Used an 11/16″ bit for a perfect fit

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    I put my lawn mower tire back on the rim, got it seated and after pumping it up I could hear the air coming out of the valve. I liked how easy the valve was to put in the rim but was very disappointed with it leaking out of the inside of the valve stem. I have not tried the second one yet. The leaking is the only reason I gave it two stars and might be just the one I have is defective. Other than this they are good.

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    I got 3 pairs of these for my mower (in case one tore during installation) and had exactly zero problems getting them installed. They went in fine, look great and hold pressure. Couldn’t ask for more than that from a valve stem.

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    Use these in conjunction with replacing the tires on your golf cart wheels. The golf cart valve stem wheel hole is 0.463″ in diameter so an automotive valve stem will not work. Use a STEELMAN 00040R valve stem installer tool (available from Amazon) to install.

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    RVA Shopper

    Has a small leak in a ride on mower tire. Also used slime tire sealant just to be sure. Removed tire, let out air, pulled out old stem, added slime, replaced stem from inside, reinflated, reinstalled tire – maybe 20 min total (after finding an online video). Not a leak since.

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    I recently swapped tires on my lawn tractor (Cub Cadet LTX 1042 KW). I decided to replace the valve stems while I had everything apart. These were easy to install and fit very well. They seem to have sealed up properly as I haven’t had any tires losing air.

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    James L.

    Like many others, I purchased this to make my yard sprayer easy to pressurize. Drilled a 15/32 hole, lubed up the rubber with a touch of dish soap, fed the threaded end through and used a claw hammer as puller. Dynamite. Push the tire valve on, pressurize to 20 or 25 PSI, and spray out a full gallon before needing to re-pressurize.

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    These are standard fit for most lawn tires. I use these for garden tractor tires, and they have never leaked or dry rotted over the years. I just recently installed these in a Craftsman Riding mower, and they look great.TIP: Leave these in the sun, or in-front of a heater for 15 mins before installing to soften the rubber a bit. They will glide right in.

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    Keith L.

    I got these when I was having some tires mounted and balanced on my Acura RSX. My local tire shop charges $3 per valve stem. These were half the price per valve stem so I saved a couple bucks. Valve stems are a standard diameter (the only thing that differs among valve stems is the length) so these will fit any passenger vehicle.

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    Crank13 Customs

    I change my own ATV tires, so having a few sets of these lying around is a life-saver. I solely use the Slime brand stems, and I have never once had a workmanship/manufacturing issue. I may have had a few issues hitting rocks or breaking them while removing, but that’s on me. I wholeheartedly recommend these!

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