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Side Lever Locking Disc Chuck

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Carbon Steel



Side Lever Locking Disc Chuck

Inflating tires on disc wheels presents its own challenges, but with Silca's Side Lever Locking Disc Chuck, it's easy as pie. The low profile head fits into tight confines and the side lever locks the chuck onto the valve stem so it won't blow off even at high pressures. It uses Silca's 254 gasket that's preload is adjustable so it fits perfectly on any valve and you can dial it in even as it wears. It's all carbon steel construction is super durable and built to exacting standards and Silca guarantees it for 25 years. If nothing else, it'll help remove a little bit of frustration that isn't warranted, especially on race day.


  • A chuck that helps inflate tires on disc wheels
  • Low profile head fits in tight spots
  • Adjustable gasket preload for optimal fit on valves
  • Locking lever keeps chuck secure on valve
  • Item #SLC001C
carbon steel
Valve Type
Recommended Use
inflating tires on disc wheels
Manufacturer Warranty
25 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

May 12, 2022

It Just Works

I've put it through the wringer

I've had this for four years and it's the best. It has even outlived the Silca Super Pista pump I bought it for (it turns out that they don't last forever). I replaced that pump with a Lezyne floor pump but I've transferred this to chuck to the new pump. Just screwed it into the schrader connector and voila! Oh, I bought this because I was inflating my back tire to 100psi and the default Silca chuck didn't work at that pressure (they don't tell you that, of course). This chuck, however, worked every time. I've dropped down to 90psi four years later and it's still working flawlessly.

Michael S