Huf RDV Valve Stem Measurements

Be in the know before switching from OE wheels to aftermarket. Depending on the size of the wheel, you may need to change the Huf RDV valve stem. We’ve compiled a list of RDV valve stem measurements to help you determine the correct valve for your wheel. You can purchase the Huf RDV valve stem here

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RDV001 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 43cm long
 RDV002 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 48cm long
 RDV003 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 49cm long
 RDV004 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 51cm long
 RDV005 GEN1  Gen 1 TPMS Valve 56cm long
 RDV006 GEN1  Black Gen 1 – TPMS Valve 43cm long
 RDV007 GEN1  Titanium Gen 1 TPMS Valve 43cm long
 RDV021 GEN2 Gen 2 TPMS Valve 43cm long
 RDV022 GEN2 Gen 2 TPMS Valve 48cm long
 RDV023 GEN2 Gen 2 TPMS Valve 49cm long
 RDV024 GEN2 Gen 2 TPMS Valve 51cm long
 RDV025 GEN2 Gen 2 TPMS Valve 56cm long

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Huf Generation 1 RDV Valve Installation Instructions

Fore more information about the Huf Generation 1 RDV Valve Stem, please click here. 
Installation Instructions:
1. Before inserting the valve, please ensure that the valve hole and the surface of the rim are cleaned and even to allow for proper sealing.
2. Insert valve through rim of wheel.
3. Insert metal rod into the side hole on the bottom of the valve beneath the rim lip.
4. Place washer over the top of the valve and then tighten the nut to 4Nm of torque.
5. Take screw and affix the sensor making sure the sensor is in full contact with the rim.
6. Tighten the bottom screw using a hex driver to 4Nm.
7. Install tire on the rim as directed for all TPMS sensors.
8. Tighten the valve cap to complete the process.
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Brea, CA. 92821 
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