Items needed - x-acto knife, super glue, tweezers, pin vise Drill holes in wheel with #69 drill bit at wheel stud locations.
with #69 drill bit, .025 Evergreen rod, a steel color paint,
fine tip brush, Pro Tech's PTMC 25 Hex Fittings and PTMC
72 Tire Valve Stems.
Next, cut a small length of .025 Evergreen rod Paint the end of the .025 rod with a steel color.
Using a toothpick or piece of fine wire apply a very small Next, install the .025 rod/hex fitting into one of the holes
amount of super glue (slow setting works best) just below previously drilled in wheel.
the tip of the .025 rod. Next, slide one of Pro Tech's Hex
Fittings (PTMC 25) onto the .025 rod and position just
below the tip of the .025 rod and let dry.
Pull .025 rod carefully through wheel seating the fitting Next, (from behind) glue .025 rod to back of wheel while
against wheel surface. holding slight tension on rod, let dry fully.
Cut off excess .025 rod from backside of wheel with x-acto For good measure apply a small amount of super glue to cut
knife or small nippers. off point to further secure .025 rod to back of wheel. Repeat
the above steps for the remaining wheel holes.
It's time to put your Pro Tech Valve Stems on. Either pre- Finished wheel with Pro Tech's Hex Fittings (PTMC 25)
paint stem with a flat black acrylic to replicate a factory and Tire Valve Stems (PTMC 72).
(rubber) type or leave it in its natural machined aluminum
state. Using epoxy, glue stem to wheel at desired location.