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Old 02-11-12, 12:19 AM   #1
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Inner tubes: Which is the valve that is shipped by default on the Dahon Mu P24?

HI.
I want to buy a replacement valve for my inner tubes (I'm using a Marathon Racer 20").
Which is the default valve (the one that I currently have) on my Dahon Mu P24?

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It's either Presta or Schrader (more likely). You can identify it by the pictures here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presta_valve and here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schrader_valve
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My new Mu P8 came with Schraders. In case you are not familiar with the name, these are the same as on a car or motorcycle.
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Thanks for your help, it was pretty easy but well.. I'm a newbie so I'm just learning!..

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Thanks for your help, it was pretty easy but well.. I'm a newbie so I'm just learning!..

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De nada che, es placer poder ayudar, todos fuimos novatos en algun momento.
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De nada che, es placer poder ayudar, todos fuimos novatos en algun momento.
Which according to google translation means:

"From nothing you, you can ayudar pleasure, all fuimos beginners at some point"

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Old 02-16-12, 11:34 AM   #7
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Which according to google translation means:

"From nothing you, you can ayudar pleasure, all fuimos beginners at some point"

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Musta had my drunk post on.
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Between the Spanish and Italian I read: "You are welcome, it is a pleasure to be able to help, all of us were newbies at one time."
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Between the Spanish and Italian I read: "You are welcome, it is a pleasure to be able to help, all of us were newbies at one time."
"che" is an Argentine expression like "dude" for Americans, (the OP is in Buenos Aires).

It just so happens that "che" in Italian means "that".

So all Spanish, Google has a hard time with slang.
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