It's usually the hole, not the valve, what's causing issues.
Reuse, if you can get free cheap tires these last well.
This is the best way, if the rear is ever so slightly off and you go a bit crooked you'll end with a badly centered hole.
I'd just tape over the stuff, removing it is a nightmare
I do all that for myself but for a customer is quicker and more cost effective to replace the whole thing than paying for the rebuilding, the rim, the freehub and the bearings.
I have an 18" gym fan. And I'll have bigger if I had the space, high intensity stuff is a lot more manageable.
Problem for the average user being servicing it will come at more expense than buying another OTP
Shimano RS 100 is what I would get for costumers. Not necessarily better than Mavic, but normal everything, easy to service
I got some Prime wheels for £180 last year that were 1500gr, 19mm internal and uses normal J-bend double butted spokes... With tires and tubes!
You can buy (or DIY) stubby Allen wrenches. Or just pull more hood up and ram it in
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