Question about Razor E300 Scooter
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.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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...
Posted on May 25, 2011
Sometimes that valve extender is stored inside the handle bars.
Posted on Oct 07, 2014
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