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C7 Leafield Valve Wrench

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Specifically designed for the C7 Leafield Valves and Leafield Pressure Relief Valves.

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video: Quick Tips | How to Repair a C7 Valve

Quick Tips | How to Repair a C7 Valve (0.50)

Top-quality Leafield C7 valves are found in all current-model NRS rafts, catarafts, kayaks and SUPs, as well as many other inflatables. One of the advantages of the C7 valve is how simple it is to repair. In this Quick Tips instructional video, the NRS experts show you how to repair a Leafield C7 valve quickly and easily.

video: How To: Find and Fix Inflatable Boat Valve Leaks

How To: Find and Fix Inflatable Boat Valve Leaks (3:23)

Finding and fixing leaks in the valves on your inflatable raft, cataraft or inflatable kayak (IK) is an important skill for boaters. Here NRS repair guru Josh Gile demonstrates the steps with a Leafield C-7 inflate/deflate valve. You'll use basically the same steps with other types -- Leafield B-7, Halkey-Roberts, Summit and military valves.

video: How To: Clean and Repair a Leafield A6 Pressure Relief Valve

How To: Clean and Repair a Leafield A6 Pressure Relief Valve (3:01)

A leaky pressure relief valve can reduce the performance of your inflatable raft or kayak. In this instructional video, the NRS Repairs Department shows you how to inspect, clean and fix your pressure relief valve so you can get back out on the water. The Leafield A6 Pressure Relief (PR) valve prevents damage that can be caused by over-inflation in NRS and other manufacturers' inflatables. All self-bailing NRS rafts and kayaks come with an A6 PR valve in the floor. A leaky pressure relief valve is usually caused when grit or debris impedes the seal.

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C7 Leafield Valve Wrench
 
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4.0

Simple but effective

By Pac Man

from Beckley, West Virginia

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Quick Fix

    Comments about C7 Leafield Valve Wrench:

    Very simple but it works.

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    3.0

    Good enough to get the job done

    By gbob

    from colorado

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    Pros

    • Required tool for C-7
    • Small enough - put in can

    Cons

    • Needs better handle
    • Tends to slip off

    Best Uses

    • Required for C-7

    Comments about C7 Leafield Valve Wrench:

    You will need this tool if you need to tighten or remove the C-7 valve. It is small eough to fit in an ammo can without taking up much space, thus allowing you to take it on a trip. However, the tool is wide making it difficult to grip when tightening or loosening the valve. The tool does tend to slip off the valve, you need to make sure it is flat against the valve.

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    5.0

    Wouldn't be without one of these.

    By Mark

    from Seattle

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          Comments about C7 Leafield Valve Wrench:

          Absolutely necessary for removing C-7 or PRV's.
          Always a good idea to remove and clean/lube your valves periodically.

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          5.0

          If you replace a valve, get it.

          By Wrench

          from Oregon

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                Comments about C7 Leafield Valve Wrench:

                It works great on Liefield valves

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                  No gluing necessary ?
                  Asked on 7/28/2014 by David from United States

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                  • VERIFIED BUYER

                    A:

                    Hello, no glue needed. Use the wrench to loosen the valve threads and then replace valve and retighten. Check out the video on the NRS website for valve repiar. It is an easy process

                    Answered on 7/28/2014 by Guru of GC from Lake Stevens, WA
                  • Staff Reviewer

                    A:

                    David, if you're asking if the valve needs to be glued to the boat to get a good seal, the answer is no. Proper tightening with the Valve Wrench is all you need. This video explains the procedure for getting a good seal - http://www.nrs.com/boating_tips/how_to_troubleshoot_boat_valve.asp

                    Answered on 7/28/2014 by Clyde from NRS
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                    A:

                    No glueing should be done when tightening the valve; tightening provides
                    all you need for a solid seal.

                    Answered on 7/28/2014 by Anonymous
                  • VERIFIED BUYER

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                    Dave,This wrench takes valves in and out, so no, no glue.
                    Ryan

                    Answered on 7/28/2014 by Anonymous
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