Valve in rear naaf

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Gast

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I have drilled the first hole, on top of the naaf, where the valve goes through first, in the center of the naaf, so the (the thing inside the tyre, don't know the word :? ) is on it's best position.. When the hole is in the center, the valve will hit the brake shoes, if you turn it to that side, and it will need a hole to be pumped up, even if you take of the wheel, if you turn it the other way... :? :x
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Hello,

You get this problem with the front wheel isn't it. The rear wheel is big enough if you ask me. We have made a hole trough the wheel outsite so you don't have to remove the wheel to pump up the tire.

Maybe you can make the hole a little bit away from the brakeshoes? I don't think there is another way to avoid the problem. Anyone else some ideas?

Daans
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