LifeLine 26 MTB Inner Tube
LifeLine 26 inch Inner Tube
- presta, schrader
- Designed for MTB riding.
- Made from Rubber.
- Weighs 184g
New for 2015 Suitable for 26" mountain bike wheels Air leakage tested Includes lock ring and cap Non removeable valve cores 0.90mm thick walls Recycled packaging Presta valve (48mm) and Schrader valve options Sizes available: 26 x 1.0/1.3 (ETRTO 25/35-559) 26 x 1.5/2.0 (ETRTO 40/50-559) 26 x 1.75/2.5 (ETRTO 47/62-559) Weights (all weights +/- 10%): 26 x 1.0/1.3 48mm Presta 135g 26 x 1.5/2.0 48mm Presta 184g 26 x 1.75/2.5 48mm Presta 200g 26 x 1.75/2.5 Schrader 201g... more details.
26 Inner Tube Specification
|Components Type||Inner Tubes|
|Size||1.3", 1.5", 1.75", 2", 2.1", 2.25", 2.4", 2.5", 0.9mm, 48mm|
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My Inner Tubes deals
A selection of my inner tube deals are listed underneath
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Inner Tubes are the air tight rubber rings which fit within the tyre, and are inflated with a bike pump to lock it in place. Tubes are categorised by diameter (or wheel size - on adult bikes this will be 26", 27.5", 29" or 700c) as well as width (from skinny road tyres, to high capacity 2.4" MTB tubes) as well intended purpose (Road, MTB, cyclocross etc) - if in doubt check the side wall of your bike tyre, and it should contain this information.
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