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    Where i can buy 32 inch inner tube?

    Hi! I have very cool vintage bike "The Raleigh" with 32 inch wheels. But i need two new 32 inch inner tube. Where i can buy it?
    I found only in Walmart, but Out of stock :[

    Can you help me, where i can buy it?
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    any tube can be stretched to work in larger wheels. I have never seen or heard of anything larger than 700C besides the new 36" wheel. I would like to see that bike.
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    Well, there were lots of old bikes that used the British 28 x 1-1/2" tires/tubes, especially Raleighs, but I've also never heard of a 32" wheel/tire size. Pics.? What is the ISO marking on the tire sidewall?

    700C is 622 mm bead-seat diameter.

    27-inch is 630 mm bead-seat diameter.

    28 x 1-1/2 is also referred to as 700B. (40-635).

    There is also 28 x 1-3/8 called 700A (37-642).

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    700x32?
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    So your probably measuring with a tape measure?

    What's the ISO number? Usually in parenthesis (40-590) (625-22) (28-630) or something like that...what's most important is the 3 digit number as its the diameter, the 2 digit number is the width.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 753proguy View Post
    Well, there were lots of old bikes that used the British 28 x 1-1/2" tires/tubes, especially Raleighs, but I've also never heard of a 32" wheel/tire size. Pics.? What is the ISO marking on the tire sidewall?

    700C is 622 mm bead-seat diameter.

    27-inch is 630 mm bead-seat diameter.

    28 x 1-1/2 is also referred to as 700B. (40-635).

    There is also 28 x 1-3/8 called 700A (37-642).
    And 28" tubular tires which are 700c (622) and 29" mtb tires which are 700c (622)....
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    I like how that Walmart listing clarifies that their 32" bicycle tube "Does Not Contain a Battery"

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    Quote Originally Posted by miamijim View Post
    And 28" tubular tires which are 700c (622) and 29" mtb tires which are 700c (622)....
    Correct, but those are misnomers, imo. (Although the Europeans used 28" a lot for 700C, which I find annoying, but das ist life). Same goes for that '27.5' shyte (650B ATB stuff).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasauge View Post
    I like how that Walmart listing clarifies that their 32" bicycle tube "Does Not Contain a Battery"
    That may tell us something. Electric scooter or e-bike parts? The dang box reads 32" ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 753proguy View Post
    Correct, but those are misnomers, imo. (Although the Europeans used 28" a lot for 700C, which I find annoying, but das ist life). Same goes for that '27.5' shyte (650B ATB stuff).
    the terms 700c and 650b are no more relevant, accurate or descriptive

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    Quote Originally Posted by lasauge View Post
    I like how that Walmart listing clarifies that their 32" bicycle tube "Does Not Contain a Battery"
    And that this also appears:
    Shipping Weight (in pounds):

    38.5


    So, is it a 32-foot wheel?

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    Yes, I've heard of these but don't know the details. They aso introduced a new, 27.5" ATB tire in the last year to provide a compromise between 26" and 29ers. It's based on the 650B bead seat diameter of 584mm. Some people are already rounding them up and refering to them as 28" or 28ers.

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    Hi, i have 32-630. I buy new inner tubes 27" it's ok. But now i need new hub axle :]
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    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...9/IMG_2583.JPG

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by tombc View Post
    the terms 700c and 650b are no more relevant, accurate or descriptive
    You are f-ing kidding, right? Do your homework. Puh-leeze.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manyahin View Post
    Hi, i have 32-630. I buy new inner tubes 27" it's ok. But now i need new hub axle :]
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...9/IMG_2582.JPG
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...9/IMG_2583.JPG

    Thanks
    32 x 630 = 1-1/4" x 27" tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 753proguy View Post
    You are f-ing kidding, right? Do your homework. Puh-leeze.
    what measurements do 700c or 650b describe wise guy? the only accurate way to describe a tire size is by it's bead seat diameter. 622 or 584 or what have you. anything else you might call it is a mere name. don't be a jerk to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by tombc View Post
    what measurements do 700c or 650b describe wise guy? the only accurate way to describe a tire size is by it's bead seat diameter. 622 or 584 or what have you. anything else you might call it is a mere name. don't be a jerk to me
    I agree with you. The 700c, 700b, 650b... tire sizes are just arbitrary numeral designators assigned to a tire size. Sort of like US shoe sizes. Why does an 8 equal 10 inches, a 12 equal 11.31 inches and a 14 equal 12 inches? Of course European shoe sizes are just as messy.
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