Pumping-up KMX tyres

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Pumping-up KMX tyres

Postby Allydoug » 15 May 2016, 3:34pm

I have just finished fixing my friend's KMX. I had a big problem - it was impossible to get a pump onto the valves on the front wheel.
However I found this on SJS cycles' website! :
It is a screw on attachment for car size valves which bends 90º so that you can pump it up as normal. I don't know however if KMX had a different idea when they designed this wheels, as to how you could inflate them.
But anyway problem solved and an idea if you're stuck with it a the moment or might be in the future.
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Re: Pumping-up KMX tyres

Postby yakdiver » 15 May 2016, 5:51pm

Never had a problem with mine I use a Joeblow track pump
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Re: Pumping-up KMX tyres

Postby [XAP]Bob » 15 May 2016, 6:06pm

The kiddie ones Ar 12" wheels or so....
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Re: Pumping-up KMX tyres

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Re: Pumping-up KMX tyres

Postby bryan.fanson1 » 27 Nov 2016, 8:49am

My son's K-3 was supplied with a flexible connector similar to a traditional pump but with a schrader male on one end to fit the track pump.

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