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Car rubber valve, snap-in eco

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Car rubber valve, snap-in eco

With laser-marked manufacture date on the valve stem

  • Suitable for min. rim thickness: 1.8 mm
  • Suitable for max. rim thickness: 4 mm
  • Max. air pressure: 4.5 bar
  • Max. speed: 210 km/h
  • Material: Rubber

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Art.-no. Length Suitable for rim-hole diameter Suitable for min. rim thickness Suitable for max. rim thickness Quantity PU
42.5 mm 11.3 mm 1.8 mm 4 mm
100 pcs
48.5 mm 11.3 mm 1.8 mm 4 mm
100 pcs
61.5 mm 11.3 mm 1.8 mm 4 mm
100 pcs
22 mm 11.5 mm 1.8 mm 4 mm
100 pcs

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Example 1: Screw with dimensions of 4x10 mm:
00574 10 (2 spaces between the 4 and the 10)

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005710 20 (1 space between the 10 and the 20)

Example 3: Flat washer with an internal diameter of 6 mm:

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Production in accordance with E.T.R.T.O

(European Tyre and Rim Technical Organisation)

Example of a lasered manufacturing date on valve body:

4511 stands for calendar week 45 in 2011

Partial assembly (TM) saves time and money

Plastic caps included in polythene bag

Additional seal

Valve cap made of nickel-plated brass with seal (MK)


When stored in accordance with DIN 7716, we recommend installing the rubber valves within 24 months of manufacture. It is essential to ensure correct installation using a suitable tool (valve mounting lever, art. no. PR01_071554_04) and sufficient lubrication (tyre mounting paste, art. no. PR01_08901241 or art. no PR01_08901221)

Speed restriction:

  • On tyres without inner tubes on cars driving at speeds of >210 km/h (V, W, Y or ZR), metal valves (clamp-in) or valve supports must be used to restrict valve deflection to a max. angle of 25°.

  • In some cases, rim construction already ensures that the max. valve deflection is not exceeded. (This must be checked in each individual case by the user).