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:efee6b18f3: So far my new Monster has been a blast. In hopes to prevent a flat, I need to slime the tire and want to make sure I do this right. Measure twice cut once.

This valve extends straight up and has 2 nuts locking it down I suppose. The reverse of the cap looks/seems to have the "tool" to remove the valve core. 
I know the slime cap has this, it's just something I noticed.

I purchased an angled extension which will be used only when filling. Although I could leave it on, about every valve I found had mixed reviews of leaking VS functional so I won't.

So, do I just remove the valve core like normal procedures or is there something to do with deez nuts as well? TIA

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4 hours ago, OUNCESMUSIC said:

:efee6b18f3: So far my new Monster has been a blast. In hopes to prevent a flat, I need to slime the tire and want to make sure I do this right. Measure twice cut once.

This valve extends straight up and has 2 nuts locking it down I suppose. The reverse of the cap looks/seems to have the "tool" to remove the valve core. 
I know the slime cap has this, it's just something I noticed.

I purchased an angled extension which will be used only when filling. Although I could leave it on, about every valve I found had mixed reviews of leaking VS functional so I won't.

So, do I just remove the valve core like normal procedures or is there something to do with deez nuts as well? TIA

Don't touch the nuts.

Just remove the core (the one that comes with the Slime bottle will probably work considering the great access that the Monster provides to the valve) and attach the hose that comes with the Slime bottle. I don't see the need for any kind of angled extension - the flexible Slime hose provides that function. I've never needed an extension on any of my wheels.

I put 8-ounces in my Monster.

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