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Yes, a lot of people have that problems, you need to run a rim lock.
 

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you definetely need a rim lock. i had the same problem and i asked the people at the shop and they recomended the rim lock. i havent gotten to ride it since they put it on. and the reason its doing that is becuase whenever you are riding the back tire is sliping on the rim and is pulling the valve stem creating a leak. the answer to your problem is the rim lock
 

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yes the rim lock will fix the problem but there are a few things to watch out for.



- run ur tires with more pressure

- make sure ur rim lock has no pointy edges, if it does just round them off with a file

- always a little duct tape cant hurt, better safe then sorry
 

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like Nails LOL
 
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