Continental 26" Bicycle Tube, 1.25"/1.75" 40mm Schrader Valve , Black
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My knowledge of the matter is limited. The tires I am using are 35 mm in diameter
Specifically, the tube is meant to fit 26x1 tubing, as it states on the box. The following four are required This is 26 divided by 1. You need tires in the 75 size. Those are the tire sizes that I would say are within your
Those who follow Caesar on the box image and look at the side, you will see all the tire sizes that are compatible with this tube size. I use it for a 26X1 tire. To casually ride my Mt Bike on the road, I have a 5 slick tire. In the case of skinny tires, I would refer to them as being like 700X23, 700X25, or 700X28, which are road race tires with thinner tubes. Please accept my sincere thanks.
Selected User Reviews For Continental 26" Bicycle Tube, 1.25"/1.75" 40mm Schrader Valve , Black
Continental hasn't lived up to my expectations. It turns out that the quality is terrible. I had my previous inner tube replaced by my brand new Continental within 3 days, and it promptly There is no puncture or hole in the inner tube. Rather, there is a big tear in the There was nothing inside the tube that penetrated. Spontaneity was the cause of the The quality control department at Continental did a poor job, it seems. It turns out that I bought two of these inner tubes, but I'm not planning on using them both. I have never seen a video of worse quality. Cheaper brands can be just as good as more expensive brands.
So far, I have ridden it no more than a couple of hours, so I cannot provide a more detailed review until I ride it more often. was easy to install As for 75), the valve stem appears to be of high quality and very long, with only metal, as opposed to rubber. My 80s Fisher Mt came with new tires, so I installed it on it. Generally, I was quite impressed with the smoothness and quietness of the wheels. The wheel wobble is gone after many years of riding on Marin County's many fire roads, and much rocky riding during my younger years.
It is worth the extra cost, as these tubes feel better than the Chinese tubes I have used in the past. There is a noticeable difference in the thickness of the rubber. There seems to be a good deal of quality in Presta valves. As the tube is inserted into a tire during mounting, it is much easier to handle. The amount of air leakage over time seems to be decreasing. This book is highly recommended. The following note is to be taken into consideration The tube has failed in some cases after installation, say some customers. A tube will generally be pinched under the bead if the bead is too large or if there was no talc used during the Tubes can also become clogged this way.
Due to the COVID situation, inner tubes are hard to come by. Therefore, this valved inner tube was my only remedy to fix my tire. I own a 26" mountain bike, which I have never used on the mountain, and which I had originally equipped with a standard valve (string). of all, I had my doubt that it wouldn't fit my tire, but it did fit perfectly. The product is also made by Continental, one of the world's largest manufacturers Products of high quality are known for this company. Although many pumps come equipped with a presta valve adapter, I would suggest that if you don't have a presta valve adapter to watch videos on YouTube so you can figure out how to make your own.
With the nut snugged to the rim, I had trouble mounting the tire and keeping it in place, since the base of the valve stem is too wide. I had to back the nut off, mount the tire, and then snug the nut up again. During the clamping process, the base of the stem contacts the inside of the tire beads. A loose fitting valve means that it is not seated snugly on the rim My double-folding process resulted in only a very small amount of stem getting through Touring rim made of wall. It seems that I only have enough room to hook up the pump once I install the lock nut. You have a very solid trend there and it continues to hold. In the event the tube gets stressed in some weird way and blows due to it not resting on the rim, we'll see if it blows out.
I installed it but it blew up after a few hours! Having never even ridden the bicycle
I was installing the tube, so it hurt my ears. * I bought a Nishiki tube at the store and it works just fine.
In addition to the other one-star reviews, I add my voice. The tires I bought hold air properly and one seems to be doing so (even though they lose pressure as time passes). During the other period of time, the tube would only hold air for several hours up to one Although I live in California, I don't ride my bike much, so initially I had no idea about this problem. This tube ruptured immediately when I attempted to air it back up. Had I returned this tube within the 14-day Amazon return policy, I would have saved myself some time and money. It's just a waste of money now.
My bicycle had two tube replacements. After the second ride, the tube in the front tire failed on me in the beginning, but luckily I was not too far from home. I walked the half mile with the bike followed by the rest of the ride home.