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post #16 of 19 Old 07-31-2019, 02:29 PM
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Re: Inner Tube Recomendation

If it's a hangar queen tube it. If you're going to use it I'd get a pair of tires. Loosing a $12-$20 tube because you didn't spend $35 for a tire doesn't make sense to me. As I said they'll likely last another 30 or 40 years or so.
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post #17 of 19 Old 08-07-2019, 07:58 AM
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Re: Inner Tube Recomendation

nate_o23,
If you do order a tube, would you be kind enough to report back on whether of not there was offset on the stem? I am trying to discern what is the proper 'TR' type as it looks like at least a couple are described as being offset (see - https://www.tireinnertube.com/conten...lve-stem-types) - TR13 or TR15???

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Re: Inner Tube Recomendation

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nate_o23,
If you do order a tube, would you be kind enough to report back on whether of not there was offset on the stem? I am trying to discern what is the proper 'TR' type as it looks like at least a couple are described as being offset (see - https://www.tireinnertube.com/conten...lve-stem-types) - TR13 or TR15???
Right: If the rim is the type that will not allow mounting a tubeless tire (split rim) I would consider just drill a hole in the rim that matches up will a standard tube valve stem. You can put a piece of heavy tape over the old tube hole.

I've had to drill valve stem holes holes in tubeless lawn tractor rims so as to match carlisle type inner tubes. If ever go back to a tubeless tire I install another valve stem.

Have to keep a heads up now days about china type inner tubes that will not hold air when new. Good reliable inner tube will cost $12-15. (and if you do not install it yourself you have paid close to price of a new tire)
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post #19 of 19 Old 08-07-2019, 05:09 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Inner Tube Recomendation

I ended up ordering tubes from chalmers industries. They did have a slight offset and they installed in the rim no problem. So far so good.
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