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Old 07-26-03, 05:51 PM   #1
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Quick question:tire size

I've got 700x23 on the bike right now and I have some extra 700x28 tubes from the old tires. So the question is: In the event my 700x23's get a flat can I use a 700x28 tube as a "get me back to civilization" spare?:confused:
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Yes. In fact, the 28 tube is probably intended for tires from 23-28... Even if it isn't, you can always get away by using a bigger-than-the-tire tube...
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