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    Junior Member Scott Hawkins's Avatar
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    Does anyone know where to buy tubes for my 1998 TW200. I just purchased new tires and i need a rear tube.

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    my local dealer has them but wants $45 for the rear...

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    Here's where I got mine. 24 dollars and it's good quality...



    https://www.denniskirk.com/bridgesto...prd/652054.sku

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    Got my heavy duty tube from cyclegear for less than $30. It is much thicker than the oem tube.
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    Car tubes have valve stems offset to one side, motorcycles have valve stems on the centerline.

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    Don't know if the others offer free shipping, but it's $26.94 with free shipping from here:

    http://www.amazon.com/Bridgestone-St...+tube+180%2F80
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    Quote Originally Posted by PalmStateCrawler View Post
    Got my heavy duty tube from cyclegear for less than $30. It is much thicker than the oem tube.
    I agree with 'Crawler. I like the Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tubes, which I buy from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. These inner tubes are available for the 18-inch, front wheel, but not for the 14-inch, rear wheel.



    http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...otorcycle-Tube



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