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    Best deal on 27.5" Tubes?

    Used up my last 26" tube and ready to get the right size...haven't bought tubes in FOREVER because I had such a big stockpile of 26"

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    I donít know if this is the best deal, but they are $5 to $8 at jenson.

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    People still use tubes???? Ha ha


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    Quote Originally Posted by QuenteK25 View Post
    Used up my last 26" tube and ready to get the right size...haven't bought tubes in FOREVER because I had such a big stockpile of 26"
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/302696112822

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew8404 View Post
    People still use tubes???? Ha ha


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    For some reason I am the only one who carries tubes.

    Best rider tip ever! When people start letting air out of their tires. Its time to leave them behind. Buy DD's or Supergrav and you'll be home before dark!

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    Just buy cheap 26" tubes. They fit nicely into 27.5 tires, take up less space in your pack and are cheaper.
    Bicycles donít have motors or batteries.

    Ebikes are not bicycles

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    why not just grab them from your LBS? it's basically a $5 item everywhere i've bought them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbikej View Post
    Just buy cheap 26" tubes. They fit nicely into 27.5 tires, take up less space in your pack and are cheaper.
    When I got my 27.5'r, I bought new tubes. It makes sense, though. Are there any downsides to using a 26" tube?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirt Road View Post
    Bonus! Free shipping with no minimum now through Sunday (04/22). That pretty much makes this the best deal winner if you don't need anything else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockadile View Post
    When I got my 27.5'r, I bought new tubes. It makes sense, though. Are there any downsides to using a 26" tube?
    I've been riding 29ers since 2004.....I never bought 29er tubes.....no sense in paying the premium price for them. Not when a 26" tube fits.

    No downsides.
    Bicycles donít have motors or batteries.

    Ebikes are not bicycles

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    Good to know. Thanks!

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