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Old 09-04-13, 01:42 AM   #1
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Buddy bought new cruiser with a twist.

My buddy bought a Super 32 from Walmart and the issue is the tires are 32" by 2.125 " does anyone know where he can get replacements for these tires or tubes if they wear out? Thanks for any help in advance.
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Old 09-04-13, 12:51 PM   #2
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My buddy bought a Super 32 from Walmart and the issue is the tires are 32" by 2.125 " does anyone know where he can get replacements for these tires or tubes if they wear out? Thanks for any help in advance.
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... tires are 32" by 2.125 " ...
That's the actual size listed on the sides of the tire or something someone measured? I've heard and seen 36" tires but not 32", at least not on bikes.

Perhaps it's a 29" rim and the tire measures 32" overall?
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you buy them from kent the maker of the bike. they cost 27.95 shipping incl for tube & tire on (1/18/2013)
My theory is that it's prolly a 635 (aka 28") rim with fat rubber on it, but either way, it's a terrible idea.
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