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How do you put air in the back tire without taking the whole back tire off? Or is that the only way?

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I just did this a couple hours ago. taking off back tire will not help you. The rotor is attached to the wheel itself. You need to line up the hole in the rotor with the valve stem. You will need to have a screw on extension to valve stem ( I got lucky and had one). Screw the extension onto the valve stem then use air compressor to air up the tire.

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You can buy metal valve extenders at any auto parts store. I bought a 4 pack of them and by screwing 2 of them together got a nice metal extender as long as the plastic one that came with the scooter. After that you just line up the hole in the rotor with the valve stem of the tire, screw in the extender and pump it up. Don't forget to take the extender out again after inflating the tire. That could be a bad thing...

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Sometimes that valve extender is stored inside the handle bars.


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  • There is a place to add air on the inside of the wheel (rim) of the tire. The problem would be will it hold air.
  • First get a tire pressure gauge and check the air in one of the two good tires to get a good pressure on it.
  • I must caution that if you use a compressor to air it up you will blow the tire in about two seconds. So use a standard foot bike tire pump. It airs up on the little valve stem sticking out from the inside of the wheel (see diagram)
  • Should the tire not hold air then you will patch it just like a standard bike tire. Follow these steps.
  1. First put some air in the tire.
  2. Now get some soapy water and splash it liberal on the tire in and note where the air is leaking from.
  3. Put your thumb on the leak and mark the hole clearly with some chalk. Drawing a small circle around the leak works best.
  4. First the nut on the bolt on the side of the wheel has a lock pin that needs to come out. Straiten it with a pair of pliers and then pull it out.
  5. Now remove the nut with a wrench or socket.
  6. now pull the bolt out.
  7. Now the wheel will come out of the fork. Mind the placement of the washers as they need to go back where they are upon reassemble.
  8. Now let all the air out of the tire by pushing on the end of the valve stem and pressing on the tire.
  9. Now take a flat screwdriver and gently wedge it between the wheel and tire and walk the tire off the rim.
  10. Now do the same withe the remaining side until the tire is off the wheel completely.
  11. Now use a standard tire patch and repair the leak.
  12. Now reverse to get the tire back on the wheel and the wheel back on the stroller.
  13. Air tire to proper pressure.
  14. Job complete.
  15. I have also included a picture of where to fill the tire from.

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