90 Degree Chrome Valve Stem

Honda

90 Degree Chrome Valve Stem
Your Price
$14.99
Item #:
HO42753MN5004
14.99

Hondaline 90 degree chrome metal valve stem for the GL1800 Front and the GL1500 Front & Rear. Much more durable and reliable then the stock rubber stems.

5 Member Reviews

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5/23/2015
christopher
puyallup, WA
50_stars
Not a good OEM part

I find that Honda just does it right. However, no one is perfect. This is a weak part. You can replace them at tire changes or just go in and have them break the seal on the tire and replace them now. Use this honda part or the all metal one, but keep them new. Wake up to a flat or go down on a long sweeper at 65mph, your choice.

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6/4/2014
Dale
10_stars
Only lasted 18 months

I am very careful when checking tire pressures, all the movement takes place right where it passes through the wheel, causing it to fail prematurely. Get the all metal ones.

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2/8/2014
Kathleen, GA
10_stars
These rot over time

The rubber rots and leaks over time! I was on the highway when this decided to let the air out, bad timing for the wife and I two with a trailer. Luckily we both noticed due to riding experience something wasn't right and got off the highway in time before all the air came out. Get the solid metal stems and trash these if you have them!

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12/12/2012
WA Biker
Seattle's Eastside, WA
30_stars
C'mon, you can do better.

These are okay. They do the job. But, if you're like me and want to upgrade to a TPMS (Like the Doran), get the screw on type that are all metal (chrome). They last longer, look better, etc. Doran sells them for about $10. Yes!

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2/7/2011
Tiny
Sydney, AU
50_stars

Would love to replace my old stock honda valve stems on my 1995 Goldwing with these ones. I also would like to replace my straight valve stems with these on my 1990 model ST1100

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  • GL1500 1988-2000
  • GL1800 2001-2010
  • GL1800 Trike 2001-2010