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Dirt bike tire tubes available in most sizes and thicknesses.
Sean in OH
Just installed one of these. Excellent support from Jeff @ Tubliss. First the rhetoric is getting a little out of hand. Tubliss weighs more than the stock tube I took out of my CRF250X '05, 18in. wheel (a Dunlop). I also weighed a brand new BikeMaster 400/425 tube. BM tube, rim lock, rim strap - total 26oz. Dunlop (w/ some Slime Left in that I couldn't clean out) 24oz. + 3oz. rim lock + 2oz. rim strap. = 29oz. Tubliss w/ rim tape 32oz. I don't see tire changing being any easier. Of course this was the first install but look at the video and note how you have to use a special plate to push the entire rim into the tire. You then simply use two tire irons at once while pushing down on the tire (sure!). Not with a Dunlop Geo Max M51. It was preheated with an heat gun also, I eventually sat on the tire and rolled it with my butt on it as I tried to force the wheel in to the tire. Now you have to mount both sides of the tire without the benefit of one lip of the tire in the tire well. Why all the drama? Because the wheel well is filled with a very stiff inner liner. Think of installing a tire with the inner tube on the rim. A normal installation would allow you to just push the one side of the tire on the rim - no tire irons. You can' do that with the Tubliss in the way. It may a great boon to Westerners hitting rocks at high speeds but as a 66 year old dirt biker and former Bultaco shop owner I have lived and ridden in AZ,WY,ID,WA and LOT of OH riding I've only had one dirtbike flat. A few trophies tho.. Maybe the lower tire pressures will offset the cost and headaches but you CAN install two rim locks instead.Read All Reviews
Cole in MT
These are way better then the rubber that always slips and wears out. Another example of you get what you pay for, they make a permanent (but removable)shield over your spokes I'll never use rubber again. (Make sure it is straight and smooth before you air up any folds or creases will show after you inflate your tire to be seen the next time you change tires.)Read All Reviews