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Official APEX Wheels Showroom Gallery Thread

APEXRaceParts

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Bay Area, CA
Does your car have APEX Wheels on it and you’ve always wanted some professional photos taken of it? Or perhaps are you in the market for wheels and local to the Bay Area?

We are looking for volunteers who fit in the above categories to come hang out with us for a couple hours and take photos. You will be compensated for your time with discounts on future purchases a firm handshake from one of our employees, Joe (don’t worry, he usually washes his hands).

Our only criteria at this point is you must be willing to drive to us in Pleasanton, CA & surrounding areas. If you are interested, please fill out this form and we will contact you to move forward!




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my goodyear guy tried to install the black valve stems i bought from apex with my new sm-10s and the nut bottomed out on the threads prior to contacting the rim face. Any feed back on this problem? he put the rubber washer in that was in the baggie but not even close to sealing. thanks
 

APEXRaceParts

Race Proven, Street Approved
Supporting Vendor
645
953
Exp. Type
Time Attack
Exp. Level
5-10 Years
Bay Area, CA
my goodyear guy tried to install the black valve stems i bought from apex with my new sm-10s and the nut bottomed out on the threads prior to contacting the rim face. Any feed back on this problem? he put the rubber washer in that was in the baggie but not even close to sealing. thanks
It's a breakaway locking collar, he just needs to keep tightening it down until the collar breaks and locks in. It's in the instructions in the box that the valve stems come in, and a common design.
 

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