RED DICE BIKE VALVE CAPS.

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Introduction: RED DICE BIKE VALVE CAPS.

About: Self learner and father of three, nature lover.

Give to your ride a little style with this fancy valve caps.
STUFF.
A pair of Red Dices.
Dremel.
Valve caps.
Super Glue. 
With the help of the dremel,make a hole in the center of the dice.Glue inside of the hole the valve cap.And install it.
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9 Discussions

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scarleman
scarleman

5 years ago

alsome Idea

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snotty
snotty

7 years ago on Introduction

Yeah! I like it.

There's an even simpler method: Drill a slightly smaller hole and jam the valve cap in. Use a wrap of tape on the drillbit as a depth gauge so you don't blast though the die.

Sometimes I carve down the ridges on the valve cap a little or, if I drilled too wide, I wrap a layer of electrical tape around the cap and then pressure fit.

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ynze
ynze

7 years ago on Introduction

So sweet! Ironic: because they're so cool, they will be stolen from my bike in a matter of minutes in bike-crazy Holland, where I live :-s

I like the bike too, btw :-)

Y.

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Mr.Sanchez
Mr.Sanchez

Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

Well in bike-crazy Colombia there is a lot of thiefs, but ironically I've had riding my bike for almost six months and the valvs still there,It´s just matter of use propertly bike parking zones.
The bike was rescued from a junkyard.It has almost 40 years.Its part of a project that I'm working with six bike frames.
Thnks for the comment and stay tuned for most zombie bikes projects.