same wheels... different tube. I have a heavy puncture resistant tube and I guess the stem is shorter or because the tube is so thick, it does not protrude as muchI do not have any problem with that with my mags...Did you buy different mags than I did???...Mine are the 3 spoke mags made by STAR that I got from bikeberry, (the only thing that I do buy from bikeberry)...The housing the valve stems go though fits the valve stem perfectly with the Bell extra thick self sealing tubes that I use.
Perhaps with your setup, you will simply need to buy a normal tire valve extension and just screw it on the tire valve when you have need to add air to your tires and just simply remove it thereafter so as not to snag the extension with something inadvertantly.
This is how much my tube valve protrudes through the mag.
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That is what I use is an extremely thick, heavy, punture resistant, self sealing tube, but possibly a different brand than yours perhaps.same wheels... different tube. I have a heavy puncture resistant tube and I guess the stem is shorter or because the tube is so thick, it does not protrude as much
What do you think of this idea I found. Putting nuts on the studs up against the tank then putting straps on upside down and then making another set of straps for the bottom and bolt them on. This way your not pulling on the gas tank but instead your pulling on the nuts up against the gas tank. It also raises the gas tank off the brake cableA piece of rubber, like old inner tube cut down and glued over the strapped down PVC piping will help the gas tank from wanting to slide around when you put it on over it and fasten it down...DO NOT over tighten those nuts on the gas tank studs as that has been a cause of many a gas tank leak on those stock "Chinesium" Gas tanks...lol.
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I had to do pretty much the same thing on my Hyper when I changed gas tanks to the big 1 gallon tank...lol...It works though.My Hyper top tube is so curved that I had to fold an inner tube on itself and use double sided tape tp ensure that it all sits right before tightening the nuts.
And just about every bike looks better with that larger tank. And it has much better mounting brackets welded on instead of those troublesome studs. Well worth $36.I had to do pretty much the same thing on my Hyper when I changed gas tanks to the big 1 gallon tank...lol...It works though.
I used sheets of rubber I bought for that one.