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DefaultRe: Dyna Beads with Filtered Valve Cores

FWIW:

1. According to the previous owner, my 1930 Town Sedan was driven about 200 miles in the past 30 years with its five (5), 30 year old Goodyear tires, (made in Canada), which actually show no noticeable wear; however, lately after driving a few miles, the accompanying 30 year old Goodyear tubes, (also made in Canada), started slow leaking, one by one, with hairline cracks where the rubber tube stem meets the tube at the steel rim.

2. After speaking to Mr. Bratton about the many former Forum messages of how many new foreign made tubes these days are junk, he reported that he had his latest tubes special made from pure rubber in lieu of former recycled rubber, so I bought five (5) of his new tubes with new rubber stems attached.

3. What I immediately noticed with his new tubes was that in lieu of having these flimsy soft rubber stems found on many new tubes & also found on many much older U.S. Made vintage tubes, Mr. Bratton's new tubes have extra heavy hard rubber stems that have "RADIAL" written on the side of each stem.

4. Appears that these new tube stems are similar to the more durable tough Radial Tire stems found on new modern cars.

5. So far I have installed three(3) new tubes with no leaks & may finish the installing the other two (2) tomorrow.

6. Rather than discard these five (5) old tubes, I intend to cut the rubber stems off of the five (5) 30 year old Goodyear tubes, (which look great except for the stems), & get five (5) new metal stems to provide on these tubes for installing on my 1930 Coupe.

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E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - (6) Six Pack

E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - (6) Six Pack

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Product Details

  • 6-Pack (Six) of specially made stainless steel cores that have a filter on the end that should be installed when using any type of balancing bead.
  • Premium quality. Can be used in, truck, motor home/RV, 4x4 and other tires. Not recommended for most motorcycle applications due to core length.
  • Please be sure you have stems that accept at least 1 1/2" core before any bend.
  • For use with our premium internal tire ceramic balancing beads (see our "E-Z Tire Beads" listings).
  • See E-Z Tire Beads "Kits" that include beads and installation applicator bottle, tube, valve core removal tool.
ManufacturerE-Z Tire Beads
BrandE-Z Tire Beads
Item Weight0.528 ounces (14.97 grams)
Product Dimensions2 x 0.2 x 1 inches (5.1 x 0.5 x 2.5 cm)
Item model number8542044007
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Manufacturer Part NumberTBFVC-6
ASINB078QFC14W

Description

Six filtered valve cores ensure that balancing beads (or any debris in tire) do not get stuck in the valve core during inflation or deflation of tire. Recommended for use in any tire utilizing ceramic, glass, stainless steel or other type of balancing bead.

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Customer Questions & Answers

  • Question: Will these work with Tpms at the end of the valves?

    Answer: Yes. They are just a valve them that has a filter to keep the tire beads from jamming them open. Your TPMS keeps the valve open so if and when you take the Tpms off your valve core it will actually seal.

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ju•• ••de

July 23, 2020

This is what happens when China tries to copy something.

No way in the world this will hold air. No spring pressure on seat.

ty•• ••er

June 17, 2020

Am•• ••er

March 11, 2020

They worked

Had a tire shop install these as I had issues with the ones the tire shop installed with my balancing beads. These are better quality than the ones they used.

WI•• ••LL

March 6, 2020

Easy to use but they leak

Would not recommend, three out of the six leaked. The valve gets stuck open and hs to be rest manually. I ended changing them out with standard cores.

J •• ••R

September 9, 2019

Great service!

Just as pictured.

Sa•• ••M.

June 28, 2019

***balancing beads***

have use balancing beads over the yrs on small (under 14") tires for more than several yrs now and these work as well as any I've used.

mi•• ••ki

April 26, 2019

Good product

Balanced35 in well

Je•• •• D

April 19, 2019

Valve stem for tire beads

He must have if you’re running tire beads

W.•• ••ki

March 25, 2019

Good quality product

Tire valves worked great with the tire beads. I would recommend this product.

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E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - 4 Pack

E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - 4 Pack

E-Z Tire Beads

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Item #:

USD19

This product is not Fulfilled by Ubuy and can take minimum 10 days in delivery. We might cancel the product from the order and refund you if any issue arise with the delivery of this product.

Note: Electronic products sold in US store operate on (110-120) volts, a step-down power converter is required for the smooth device function. It is mandatory to know the wattage of the device in order to choose the appropriate power converter. Recommended power converters Buy Now.


Product Details

  • 4-Pack of specially made stainless steel cores that have a filter on the end that should be installed when using any type of balancing bead.
  • Premium quality. Can be used in, truck, motor home/RV, 4x4 and other tires. Not recommended for most motorcycle applications due to core length.
  • Please be sure you have stems that accept at least 1 1/2" core before any bend.
  • For use with our premium internal tire ceramic balancing beads (see our "E-Z Tire Beads" listings).
  • See E-Z Tire Beads "Kits" that include beads and installation applicator bottle, tube, valve core removal tool.
ManufacturerE-Z Tire Beads
BrandE-Z Tire Beads
Item Weight0.352 ounces (9.98 grams)
Product Dimensions2 x 0.2 x 1 inches (5.1 x 0.5 x 2.5 cm)
Item model number8542043738
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Manufacturer Part NumberTBFVC-4
ASINB01CHHEUOK

Description

Filtered valve cores ensure that balancing beads (or any debris in tire) do not get stuck in the valve core during inflation or deflation of tire. Recommended for use in any tire utilizing ceramic, glass, stainless steel or other type of balancing bead.

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  1. Who knew... the other day I pre tripped a tractor that had a cold flat tire, and wasn't sure why, so I checked the valve core and this long thing was in there. It wasn't actually the problem, but I'm not sure if I could have replaced it with a standard length one, is the whole valve designed for a short or long core? Seems like it would have to be... :mooh:
    [​IMG]
    They don't even seem to be widely available, and I'm not sure if there's a size range for particular tires. Anyone else using them? Guess I'll ask someone in the parts department if they know anything about those.

    Otherwise, I have a tubeless tire valve remover/installer that might allow me to switch out the whole unit with a standard core included, if it ever comes up that a long core is bad and the standard one won't work (at least I can get valves for sure). Just depends if I can reach it with that tool on a truck (and have nothing better to do at the time).

    This time I used my bead blaster air tank to make the tire inflatable, and that pinpointed the puncture. Sometimes the bead unseats from a leaking valve too, which would make it field repairable, except now I'm finding nonstandard equipment in there. :smilebox:
    Last edited: Sep 11, 2016
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  3. Oh, I guess looking inside a valve stem would answer my question, for the most part. There's nothing in there for the core to actuate, just a hollow tube. Most likely the long and short cores are interchangeable then. None of the Chinese sites that list the long cores give much of description as for why they exist. Just that they can be brass or stainless steel.

    I was thinking more of a valve extension, where the long core depressor makes contact, and that is what's being extended in the opposite direction (like there's an inner and outer core working in series). Here, it just seems to be flow related as for why they get extended on the other end (some of those say they are filters). Could be for a TPMS somehow, I doubt they plug into anything on the other end though, or at least air is going to flow in and out from the base of that extension, not through it (so the valve itself should function the same either way). Best guess anyhow, I couldn't look inside the particular stem I pulled that one out of.

    Actually, now that I've compared notes, I think the solid kind are designed for valve extensions only, and this one just happened to find its way inside a valve stem instead... :tongue8: That's probably why the extended cores are only available on the wholesale end, to be included in valve extensions which are sold retail (someone must have parted one out and reused the core there).
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2016
  4. I've thrown a pretty good number of tires and changed out plenty of valve cores and stems, and I have never seen those. I don't see anything about them which functions any different. Maybe the manufacturer makes a longevity claim about them or something? I'd be skeptical if they did.
    Those extensions you mentioned are complete crap, by the way. IMO, better to just swap out for a longer valve stem if you can't reach it with your air chuck with the short ones on.
  5. Who knew... the other day I pre tripped a tractor that had a cold flat tire, and wasn't sure why, so I checked the valve core and this long thing was in there. It wasn't actually the problem, but I'm not sure if I could have replaced it with a standard length one, is the whole valve designed for a short or long core? Seems like it would have to be... :mooh:
    [​IMG]
    They don't even seem to be widely available, and I'm not sure if there's a size range for particular tires. Anyone else using them? Guess I'll ask someone in the parts department if they know anything about those.

    Otherwise, I have a tubeless tire valve remover/installer that might allow me to switch out the whole unit with a standard core included, if it ever comes up that a long core is bad and the standard one won't work (at least I can get valves for sure). Just depends if I can reach it with that tool on a truck (and have nothing better to do at the time).

    This time I used my bead blaster air tank to make the tire inflatable, and that pinpointed the puncture. Sometimes the bead unseats from a leaking valve too, which would make it field repairable, except now I'm finding nonstandard equipment in there. :smilebox:
  6. [​IMG]
    Looks like they're using the type with a spring in the installation video (where they remove the core and inject beads through the stem). Then a document for those says "in order to reduce the possibility of valve leaks, the use of a long valve core or valve core filter and a metal valve cap is recommended". I'd guess a longer core prevents beads from clumping inside the valve stem. Not sure why they are said to reduce leaks though (I doubt the beads are small enough to get stuck in the core).

    Actually, it looks like a FAQ for dyna beads says "the purpose of the filtered valve core is to prevent a bead from getting caught in the valve core mechanism. So if your valve stems can accommodate the filtered valve cores, then by all means go ahead and use them".

    Maybe the end of that type of core is V-shaped to catch beads, and the spring action deflects them back into the tire. I think they recommend caps also because the longer one might lose torque with an unbalanced design and unscrew when the wheel is rolling (the shortest cores are said to be for high performance applications, like race cars, with wheels spinning fastest).

    The spring action/filter types are sold as parts retail, so those would be the bead deflectors, and the solid kind I suppose for valve extensions (or the extra long one pictured to the left is both). I had the valve extension type in there with no spring, but it could have been used as a bead blocker too. None of them seem to be described anywhere they're sold (besides that they are long, well duh, but for no apparent reason). That's kind of a trend with tools and such, I guess they figure more people buy something if there are imaginary uses for it (I don't know, that could work either way too).

    Okay, I kind of made this up, because now I find that the old Schrader valve had an external spring, and the newer short type has an internal one. Oddly enough, it looks like those would deflect (or at least block) balance beads too, so maybe that's why the long design is still around and recommended there. Ahead of its time?

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    See, I thought the visible spring was in addition to the concealed one, for some kind of double action (it's possible, yet the spring pictured up top is more bare bones, so I guess that says it all).

    [​IMG]

    Personally, I'm going to stick with the short cores as needed, because valve caps get in the way, and don't prevent leakage when a core is bad or loose, or it's that the caps wear out too, I've found (except the flow through extension caps I'll leave on there). At least the concealed spring cores are considered higher performance, and are less likely to rattle loose. I don't think a balance bead can unseat the cup in that direction, maybe checking pressure could suck one into it, but that would be audible, and could be plunged with the gauge chuck, or blown out with inflation. Numerous reviews are saying those long cores are leaking with beads in there (some comments here too).
    Last edited: Sep 15, 2016
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    E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - (6) Six Pack

    E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - (6) Six Pack

    E-Z Tire Beads

    200 ratings Write a review

    Item #:

    IDR375993

    Order now and get it around Thursday, October 28

    Note: Electronic products sold in US store operate on (110-120) volts, a step-down power converter is required for the smooth device function. It is mandatory to know the wattage of the device in order to choose the appropriate power converter. Recommended power converters Buy Now.


    Product Details

    • 6-Pack (Six) of specially made stainless steel cores that have a filter on the end that should be installed when using any type of balancing bead.
    • Premium quality. Can be used in, truck, motor home/RV, 4x4 and other tires. Not recommended for most motorcycle applications due to core length.
    • Please be sure you have stems that accept at least 1 1/2" core before any bend.
    • For use with our premium internal tire ceramic balancing beads (see our "E-Z Tire Beads" listings).
    • See E-Z Tire Beads "Kits" that include beads and installation applicator bottle, tube, valve core removal tool.
    ManufacturerE-Z Tire Beads
    BrandE-Z Tire Beads
    Item Weight0.528 ounces (14.97 grams)
    Product Dimensions2 x 0.2 x 1 inches (5.1 x 0.5 x 2.5 cm)
    Item model number8542044007
    Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
    Manufacturer Part NumberTBFVC-6
    ASINB078QFC14W

    Description

    Six filtered valve cores ensure that balancing beads (or any debris in tire) do not get stuck in the valve core during inflation or deflation of tire. Recommended for use in any tire utilizing ceramic, glass, stainless steel or other type of balancing bead.

    Similar Products

    Tire balance beads, Balancing valves, Best balance beads for tires

    Customer Questions & Answers

    • Question: Will these work with Tpms at the end of the valves?

      Answer: Yes. They are just a valve them that has a filter to keep the tire beads from jamming them open. Your TPMS keeps the valve open so if and when you take the Tpms off your valve core it will actually seal.

    Customer Ratings

    11 customers ratings

    • 5 Star 66%
    • 4 Star 16%
    • 3 Star 6%
    • 2 Star 4%
    • 1 Star 9%

    Review this product

    Share your thoughts with other customers

    Customer Reviews

    ju•• ••de

    July 23, 2020

    This is what happens when China tries to copy something.

    No way in the world this will hold air. No spring pressure on seat.

    ty•• ••er

    June 17, 2020

    Am•• ••er

    March 11, 2020

    They worked

    Had a tire shop install these as I had issues with the ones the tire shop installed with my balancing beads. These are better quality than the ones they used.

    WI•• ••LL

    March 6, 2020

    Easy to use but they leak

    Would not recommend, three out of the six leaked. The valve gets stuck open and hs to be rest manually. I ended changing them out with standard cores.

    J •• ••R

    September 9, 2019

    Great service!

    Just as pictured.

    Sa•• ••M.

    June 28, 2019

    ***balancing beads***

    have use balancing beads over the yrs on small (under 14") tires for more than several yrs now and these work as well as any I've used.

    mi•• ••ki

    April 26, 2019

    Good product

    Balanced35 in well

    Je•• •• D

    April 19, 2019

    Valve stem for tire beads

    He must have if you’re running tire beads

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    E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - 4 Pack

    E-Z Tire Beads - Balancing Beads Stainless Steel Filtered Valve Cores - 4 Pack

    E-Z Tire Beads

    200 ratings Write a review

    Item #:

    IDR292957

    This product is not Fulfilled by Ubuy and can take minimum 10 days in delivery. We might cancel the product from the order and refund you if any issue arise with the delivery of this product.

    Note: Electronic products sold in US store operate on (110-120) volts, a step-down power converter is required for the smooth device function. It is mandatory to know the wattage of the device in order to choose the appropriate power converter. Recommended power converters Buy Now.


    Product Details

    • 4-Pack of specially made stainless steel cores that have a filter on the end that should be installed when using any type of balancing bead.
    • Premium quality. Can be used in, truck, motor home/RV, 4x4 and other tires. Not recommended for most motorcycle applications due to core length.
    • Please be sure you have stems that accept at least 1 1/2" core before any bend.
    • For use with our premium internal tire ceramic balancing beads (see our "E-Z Tire Beads" listings).
    • See E-Z Tire Beads "Kits" that include beads and installation applicator bottle, tube, valve core removal tool.
    ManufacturerE-Z Tire Beads
    BrandE-Z Tire Beads
    Item Weight0.352 ounces (9.98 grams)
    Product Dimensions2 x 0.2 x 1 inches (5.1 x 0.5 x 2.5 cm)
    Item model number8542043738
    Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
    Manufacturer Part NumberTBFVC-4
    ASINB01CHHEUOK

    Description

    Filtered valve cores ensure that balancing beads (or any debris in tire) do not get stuck in the valve core during inflation or deflation of tire. Recommended for use in any tire utilizing ceramic, glass, stainless steel or other type of balancing bead.

    Similar Products

    Truck tire repair, Truck tire tubes, Valve to motorcycle, Tire balance beads, Balancing valves, Best balance beads for tires

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    balance beads and valve cores

    Personally a bolt, level, and a $5 weight is pretty simple. I have tried Dyna beads, slime, ect. None in which didn't have some sort of consequence.
    All you really need to properly static balance a tire is
    - a smooth bolt similar in size to the axle bolt.
    - 2 trash barrels, or tables
    -level
    -clamp on wheel weight (s)

    Suspend the bolt between the two barrels or tables so the tire can be mounted on the bolt and the wheel will spin free, shim the bolt so it is level (easiest if you have a nut on the other end that is the same size as the head of the bolt). Side to side play doesn't matter. If your wheel moves side to side it needs to be trued. The valve stem will be the heaviest so it will drop to the lowest center of gravity. On the opposite side is where you will need the weight. Add weight until the valve stem and weight sit horizontal from each other. DONE. Most motorcycle shops that deal with DS bikes have clamp on wheel weights, normally about $2-$5 for 10 oz. I usually have to use 2-10 oz or 1-20 oz. They are reusable, online there rather expensive. Dont use sticky weights they'll just fly off the rim. (unless on street wheels).

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