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where do you guys buy your tubes at? I just bought some new Dunlop 606's and bought some Moose Heavy Duty Tubes, but just realized my front tube is bigger then my rear..

My Front tube says 3.00/3.25-21 , thats too big isn't it? It appeared to be the only one moose made in 21 inch wheel..

Also the rear says 2.50/2.75-17 , is that within the range of the rear wheel? looks little small maybe? also appeared to be the only one Moose made in 17 inch wheel

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I run an 18" MSR Utra Heavy Duty, fits fine

$15.95 at Rocky Mountain MC

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any confirm that this would work?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280087452157

IRC Heavy Duty Tube: 4.00/5.10-17 (TR-4 stem)

dunno what the TR-4 stem means, is the 4.00-5.10 enuff range for a 130/90/17 rear tire?

also any confirm the 3.00/3.25-21 moose tube I already bought will work? for 90/90/21 tire? or is it borderline for being almost too big?

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any confirm that this would work?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=280087452157

IRC Heavy Duty Tube: 4.00/5.10-17 (TR-4 stem)

dunno what the TR-4 stem means, is the 4.00-5.10 enuff range for a 130/90/17 rear tire?

also any confirm the 3.00/3.25-21 moose tube I already bought will work? for 90/90/21 tire? or is it borderline for being almost too big?

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The 4.00/5.10-17 TR-4 will work for the rear. The 2.50/2.75-17 WILL NOT WORK FOR THE REAR. The Dennis Kirk website, www.denniskirk.com, has a good description of valve types and size comparisons. You should be good to go with the front tube you have. Use lots of baby powder on both.

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