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Slime 20088 4-Way Valve Tool with 4 Valve Cores

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193 customer reviews
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  • Compatible for all vehicle valves as well as air conditioning units
  • Consists of four valves cores to replace the ones that is lost while working
  • Helps in removing valve core
  • Reams inside the valve
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Slime 20088 4-Way Valve Tool with 4 Valve Cores + Slime 2080-A Rubber Tire Valve Stems 1 1/4" TR 413
Price for both: $7.70

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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSlime
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 2.5 x 0.7 inches
Item model number20088
Manufacturer Part Number20088
  
Additional Information
ASINB0020T17J2
Best Sellers Rank #475 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMarch 25, 2009
  
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Product Description

Maintaining proper tire pressure reduces fuel consumption and maximizes tire life. Best of all the process is simple. Just check tire pressure monthly and air up low tires. Digital Gauge, 5-150 PSI. Rubberized Finish. Stores on keychain.


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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Stoney TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 27, 2011
I purchased a different brand, but it appears to be identical.

The valve tool is smaller than I expected, only 1¼" tall, by 1¾" wide. It consists of 4 tools: 1) valve removal/installation tool, 2) a die for repairing the outside threads, and 3) a tapering tap and a 4) non-tapering tap for cleaning or cutting the inside threads.

The die and taps are of fairly good quality, probably not suitable for cutting new threads in hardened steel, but adequate for repairing threads in a brass valve.

Because the thread pitch (18/inch) is rather fine, great care should be taken not to cross-thread the die or taps, which is difficult because the tool is so small. I suggest using an adjustable pin-vise to hold the tool when cutting threads--the length of the handle makes it easier to be sure that the tool is perfectly aligned (and remains aligned) as you cut. It may be hard to find a pin-vise large enough, but they do exist. I made up my own pin-vise with a Dremel adjustable chuck and a hex extension which I just happened to have lying around.

If the threads are badly damaged (or in my case, never properly cut in the first place), you should be cautious in recutting them, cut at most a half-turn at a time, then back off 1 turn, repeat, repeat, repeat as necessary. Oil the tool and the valve before cutting (ideally using 3-in-1 oil). After cutting several full turns, it is a good idea to remove the tool completely and clean off any metal shavings, add more oil, repeat as necessary. If cutting the inside threads, you may wish to swab out the interior with an oil-soaked Q-tip--you don't want metal shavings to jam up your new valve.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By David Monroe on April 10, 2011
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It loosens those valve cores made stubborn by the fact they have the Slime sealant in them. (stubborn enough to break the plastic core remover caps) The only issue is on bikes, the threading tools stick out to far to keep twisting without hitting spokes. Usually I use this thing to lose and finish out with a cap tool.

I've actually wound up using a couple of the cores that were included even though I only saw those as a bonus.

Bro-tip:
If you're using liquid Slime and you have to remove/replace a core be sure to clean the core off with a rag and maybe swab the stem out a little, the liquid Slime has fibers to help seal leaks and these fibers can make a core not seat well if they're not cleaned from the valve assembly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gary Lewis on June 22, 2011
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This handy little 4-way tool is really the trick deal. Other things that come with it are great. But it's the TOOL. Have had several of these over the years. Can never find one when I need it. So now I have one. Again. Am creating one special tool box just for tubes, tire repair stuff, tire valves, plugs... Oh, yeah, the green stuff too.

G.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Larry on July 14, 2012
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What sucks when you have a slow leak is trying to find out what the problem is. You can either take it to a shop and break the tire down (sucks) break it down yourself (Massive suckage) have your buddies fix it (Super massive suckage cause it cuts into your own beer supply) OR you could get a kit like this and when you've got a slow leak, swap out the stem and it'll fix it most of the time. Nice to have "just in case"
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amanda L. Benway on September 25, 2011
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The tool totally works but the two things on the side are difficut with the bike spokes because it doesn't go through them. You just have to pull the valve forward to get it out. It did its job and is inespensive.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dieselboy on July 11, 2011
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Works, repaired my tire with the new valve, the tool is must have if you use the Slime tire sealant.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. P. on December 29, 2014
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It took me about 15 minutes in 30 degree weather to replace two of the valve stem cores on my car's tires. The tool worked well to remove and replace the cores.

These arrive in a small package. The tool is fairly lightweight and approx. 1x1.5x.5 inches. It would be very easy to store in a car or bike tool pouch.

I tried to use the interior thread repair part of the tool, but the threads on the tool were so mis-formed that I could not thread it into the valve stem for fear of causing major damage/stripped threads.

The exterior thread thread repairer was too loose to even thread on the valve stem.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By One Day at a Time on September 5, 2013
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The valve remover works, however the design of the tool creates problems with the slim tube. The tool's "T" design forces the user to bend the valve stem outward in order to twist the the tool to remove the the valve and in doing so, it creates a new "leak" at the tube's valve stem which then releases more of the slime into the valve stem thereby defeating your efforts to clean out the valve stem.
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