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BMX Inner Tubes

Mike73 Avatar
9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
I need to get 2 new inner tubes for my son's BMX. DOes anybody have any recommendations regarding type and where to get them.

I had a quick look and there seem to be a few different brands/types out there and as he's had 4 punctures since the end of June I want to get some decent ones.

Any advice gratefully received!
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9y, 2m agoPosted 9 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Using my mountain bike i find brand and cost doesnt really make any difference , i used to suffer from punctures quite alot so started using a product called slime

http://www.slime.com/index.php?p=view_product&product_id=82

Since March when i started using it havent had one puncture ! You can pick it up from places like Halfords or most good bike shops
#2
crunch
Using my mountain bike i find brand and cost doesnt really make any difference , i used to suffer from punctures quite alot so started using a product called slime

http://www.slime.com/index.php?p=view_product&product_id=82

Since March when i started using it havent had one puncture ! You can pick it up from places like Halfords or most good bike shops


Cool, cheers for that, rep left!
#3
tesco do some for about £1.00 i think all sizes
#4
Very much doubt the quality of the inner tubes makes much difference.

You can purchase an accesory that fits between the inner tube and the tyre, it is hard to penetrate, so less punctures. I believe it's made out of a tough plastic.

I personally wouldn't use anything that involves putting gunk in my inner tube.
#5
[QUOTE=thesaint]Very much doubt the quality of the inner tubes makes much difference.

You can purchase an accesory that fits between the inner tube and the tyre, it is hard to penetrate, so less punctures. I believe it's made out of a tough plastic.
QUOTE]

Any ideas where to buy them from?
#6
thesaint
Very much doubt the quality of the inner tubes makes much difference.

You can purchase an accesory that fits between the inner tube and the tyre, it is hard to penetrate, so less punctures. I believe it's made out of a tough plastic.

I personally wouldn't use anything that involves putting gunk in my inner tube.



Could you tell me the reason why you wouldn't use a inner tube sealant ? Maybe you have heard somthing i haven't or know something i dont . :)

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