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Q: Need specific parts in order to add air to tires with Antera 323 rims ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: Need specific parts in order to add air to tires with Antera 323 rims
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: freakfarm-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 03 Mar 2004 12:58 PST
Expires: 02 Apr 2004 12:58 PST
Question ID: 313045
I have Antera 323 22" Rims on my 2003 Range Rover.  These rims have a
specific cover over the air valve so that you do not see the valve.

Unfortunately you need a specific accessory set of little parts in
order to get the covers off, then to put air in them.

From what I remember, the parts are:

1. little screw type thing to actually remove the little covers.
2. Screw on valve (this has to be screwed on in order to put air in the tire)

I need to find an online company that can fedex this accessory set to me.

Thank you

Request for Question Clarification by feilong-ga on 03 Mar 2004 16:08 PST
Is it possible for you to get some close-up photos of the cover and
post them on the Internet?

Clarification of Question by freakfarm-ga on 03 Mar 2004 17:12 PST
it's a small round piece.  Look at the link I've provided.  I am able
to open it with a paper clip, bent so that one end goes in one hole
and the other end goes in the other hole, then you just twist the cap
off to reveal the air valve (which you would then need to screw the
other part, an actual extender valve to put air in).

Request for Question Clarification by clouseau-ga on 03 Mar 2004 17:52 PST
Hello freakfarm,

I came across your question a little late in the day to make calls to
find your tool and parts, but I did come across a dealer that normally
has these in stock. Unfortunately, he is out until the next container
delivery due on March 25th.

He sells the tool for $15 and the valve stem extender for $10.

If this information would suffice as an answer and you would like me
to post the contact information for this dealer, just let me know via
clarification and I would be happy to provide that information.


Subject: Re: Need specific parts in order to add air to tires with Antera 323 rims
Answered By: clouseau-ga on 03 Mar 2004 18:10 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi again Aaron,

I found your parts in stock!

Antera seems to be imported or distributed by a company called CEC in
Los Angeles.

I called and reached them with seconds to spare before closing and
they have both parts in stock. They will sell them both for $10 plus
shipping and will rush ship at your request. They will accept Visa,
MasterCard and American Express.

Los Angeles Showroom
10349 Santa Monica Boulevard
West Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: (310) 203-3900
Fax: (310) 203-3909

General Email

Call 310-203-3900 and ask for Jason tomorrow morning, PST and he will
arrange to rush these to you.

I trust this will fill your needs. Do ask for clarification if required. 

Search strategy

Antera wheel parts

Best regards,

freakfarm-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $10.00
Nice job, clouseau.  Not only did you find the parts, you found a
place that is a half mile away from where I live!  I will simply go
pick up the parts today.

Thank you

Subject: Re: Need specific parts in order to add air to tires with Antera 323 rims
From: clouseau-ga on 04 Mar 2004 08:50 PST
Happy to be able to help and amazed at the coincidence in location!

Thanks for the stars and tip!



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