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I called my Yamaha dealer in Canada and they want $80 for a OEM Tube!!!



The only aftermarket one they can find is 4.25x14. Will this work?



Are there any brands that make aftermarket tubes that are not so expensive?



Thanks!
 

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Thanks. I'll see if I can find some Bridgestones tubes from a tire shop.



What size will the tube be? Will the 4.25x14 work?
 

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I also forgot to mention they want $300 for a OEM tire!



Must be something wrong with his fiche or something, cause that's ridiculous! They are normally not bad.
 

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http://www.denniskirk.com/jsp/common/Frontpage.jsp



http://www.americanmototire.com/catalog/index.php



Either place has the front and rear tires (two tires) for a lot less than $200 and tubes for about $20 each.
 

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Thanks guys. I'm from Canada, so i'm hoping to get a Bridgestone part number or something so I don't have to get it from the USA cause it takes 2 weeks.



I'm thinking Parts Canada will have it (like kimpex or Dennis Kirk) but I'll have to wait until Monday.



Anyone know what size the tube is?
 

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Thanks guys. I'm from Canada, so i'm hoping to get a Bridgestone part number or something so I don't have to get it from the USA cause it takes 2 weeks.



I'm thinking Parts Canada will have it (like kimpex or Dennis Kirk) but I'll have to wait until Monday.



Anyone know what size the tube is?


TUBE 180-110/14 BRIDGESTONE 94218-14251-00 1



TUBE 120/90-18 BRIDGESTONE 94212-18188-00 (replaces 94213-18232-00)
 

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This is exactly what I am using in my front tire.







This has nothing to do with tires or tubes but I like it!



 

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Wow, lots of wierd info on tubes.



TW rear tire size is 180/80-14. Tube size is, wait for it, 180/80-14. I happen to have in my lap as I type this one official Bridgestone tube. It is marked "180/80-14M/C Valve TR-4". This is the correct tube. The 4.25-14 tube may work, but it will be stretched pretty thin. I wouldn't bet my life on it. bikebandit.com has the tube for US$13.05. rockymountainatvmc.com has it for $12.99. If you don't want to wait a couple weeks you can pay $80. That's why I keep extra tubes in the shop.



The front tire size is 130/80-14. The tube size is, wait for it, 120/90-18. I happen to have in my lap as I type this one official Bridgestone tube. It is marked "120/90-18M/C Valve TR-4". This is the correct tube.
 
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