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Old 01-15-2014, 09:29 AM
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I want to use the original 16" wheels on my '50 F-1 and need to get tubes. What size valve is used on the inner tube to match the hole in the wheel... TR15?
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Either the small or the big one. I really don't
remember but a 16 prolly takes the bigger stem.

Ya can always drill it out for the bigger one. Be sure to smooth
the edges if ya do drill it oversize.
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These have worked on my '49 with stock 16 inch wheels and bias ply tube tires.

165/185R16/400 Radial Tube - TR13 Offset Rubber Stem

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