Tubeless Tire Valves

The original tire valve was patented by George Schrader in 1895. The tubeless tire valve, also known as a snap-in valve, was patented by Schrader Automotive in 1951. The Schrader Pacific branded valve is manufactured with a proven rubber compound, which features superior resistance to heat, ozone, and automotive fluids. Schrader Pacific tire valves meet all TRA, ETRTO, JATMA, and SAE standards, and we supply the complete range of sizes, from the TR412 through the TR423. We also recognize that tire valves are identified as a safety item by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Product details and specifications can be found on our Snap-in Tire Valves Sell sheet.

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Features

  • Tubeless/snap-in tire valves patented by Schrader in 1951
  • Proven, superior rubber compound
  • Meets major worldwide standards

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