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Hello friends, 2 days ago, I was feeling to lazy to check my tire size and I bought two 100/100-18 tubes and then found out (once the package arrived) that my (rear) tire is a 110/100-18. Would these tubes still work? Is it in my better interest to return these tubes and buy the right size? They were bought off Rocky Mountain's website. thanks in advance
This replaces the tube that connects the two carbs on a 1987 Honda XR600R (it may fit other years). Made in the USA. Constructed of TPU (solvent safe plastic.) Its durable stiff abrasion resistant yet flexible enough you never have to worry about breaking it when you're taking apart your carbs. Fits the o-ring perfectly and slips into the carb nice and tight. Matches the rear shock coil. length is Aprox. 34mm If you would like to buy one contact me via e-mail. They cost $40 Shipping is free (anywhere in the USA). $10 off for active duty or retired military. Cjmrizek@gmail.com Make your subject: XR600r
DeMoistBeaver posted a topic in General Dirt Bike DiscussionI am new to the forums and can't decide if I should change my tubes or just use the old ones. I have a 2017 Crf 250 L and 5k or 6k miles on it in its first year. 95% of the riding is on road as a commuting bike to school and for fun. I got the Shinko 705 for both my tires and can not decide if I should change the tubes because they look like mint condition and it not like I use it off road much or have a powerful bike. I think they are IRC standard because they are slightly lighter that the IRC heavy tubes I got. Also do I need to lube anything or replace anything when I put the rim back on the bike?