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RE: Fresh concrete

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Subject: RE: Fresh concrete
From: "Randall" <>
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 13:04:18 -0800
> It was weird though... when you pressed the valve stem from 
> side to side 
> it leaked _exactly_ like it would on a regular tire/wheel 
> with a cracked 
> (or unseated) valve stem.  I can't figure out how it'd do 
> that with a tube 
> unless perhaps the tube or valve stem had a hole in it or something?

Just a thought ... if the wheel/tire combo was airtight otherwise, there
could be air trapped between the tire & the tube.  I've not seen this
happen, but then I've never put a tube into a tubeless tire that held air.

But a leaking stem sounds more likely to me.


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