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    Valve-less tyres

    Sounding a bit stupid now but i have a set of value-less alloys on my car, I need to top up the air pressure and now have no idea how to do it

    Any help would be great

    Cheers

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    Any Pictures of the wheels Mate to give us an Idea!
    THE STATEMENTS MADE ABOVE ARE MERELY MY OPINION AND SHOULD NOT BE INTERPRETED AS STATEMENTS OF FACT UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

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    Sure they are not just flush fit ones. There will be a valve mate

    Like Richbrook ones.

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    Looking at pictures of your car I would also say they are the Richbrook ones.

    You need an adapter that comes with them to pump your tyres up.
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