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Dougie Swan13/01/2021 12:44:06
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Hi

Can anyone tell me what size the thread is on the outside of a schraeder valve

Thanks

Dougie

Jeff Dayman13/01/2021 12:47:37
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They are .302" x 32 TPI on the outside.

David Marks 213/01/2021 13:35:12
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Tracy Tools quote two sizes on their website.

https://www.tracytools.com/?keyword=schrad&route=product%2Fsearch

noel shelley13/01/2021 13:56:47
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.302 sounds wrong ! 2 sizes ! There is the one used on smaller vehicles .202 od and a larger one for BIG vehicles. Cant find one at the moment. Noel   Ah yes ! Valve cap size is .306" X32 or.8mm for cars.

Edited By noel shelley on 13/01/2021 14:25:44

Chris Evans 613/01/2021 14:14:04
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All the sizes are on the net. I get away with 5/16" x 32 tpi for the bigger ones when making motorcycle retaining nuts. The bespoke taps and dies are pricey for the odd nut.

JasonB13/01/2021 14:21:51
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Don't know what you class as a small vehicle Noel but this is a mountain bike tube, same fitting as all the cars I've ever hadsmiley

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noel shelley13/01/2021 14:31:42
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I was thinking schrader valve not valve cap, so Yes jason your right ! That one is under size according to my schrader,michelin tool, .306". See edit. noel

Clive Brown 113/01/2021 14:46:12
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There's also a Presta valve. 6mm od, Better for modern, very narrow rims.

Bo'sun13/01/2021 15:45:29
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Going off topic, but don't forget Woods/Dunlop valves.

Mick B113/01/2021 15:53:05
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Posted by Chris Evans 6 on 13/01/2021 14:14:04:

All the sizes are on the net. I get away with 5/16" x 32 tpi for the bigger ones when making motorcycle retaining nuts. The bespoke taps and dies are pricey for the odd nut.

Yep, that works fine to connect tyre inflators to run my stationary engines.

old mart13/01/2021 15:54:15
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Wikipedia has info on Schrader valves. I have seen them used in compressed air regulators at 3000psi, and the cores look just like the short version and are the same size.

DC31k13/01/2021 17:53:41
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For reference, including the term 'DIN 7756' in searches relating to tyre valve threads produces some good results.

Dougie Swan13/01/2021 22:31:45
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Wow

Thankyou for all the rapid replies

This forum never fails to deliver

Dougie

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