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Old 06-30-10, 01:38 AM   #1
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inner tube for fx 7.3

what kind or size of inner tube fits the stock tires of fx 7.3. the stock tires - Bontrager Race Lite Hard-Case, 700x32c

because these days i started to ride a lot and in limestone trails, road and paved surface. so one day if i don't consider buying spare tire will have to carry bike to home without pedalling
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Old 07-01-10, 08:47 PM   #2
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Just head to the LBS or if you order...the tube will say fits 700x28-32 or something like that. Just shop around. Just make sure you are buying the correct valve stem.
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And, have a way to air it back up, after a repair - or you will still be walking...
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thank you. at the end i saw the point.

http://www.amazon.com/Cycle-Force-Gr...8144630&sr=8-9

http://www.amazon.com/Avenir-Presta-...8144630&sr=8-7

if i didn't misunderstood they should all fit to tires. but i recognised that their adapter sizes are different. ie. 48 mm and 33 mm.

and after reading positive opinions about it i decided to buy a topeak road morph g to inflate the tires.

http://www.topeak.com/products/Mini-Pumps/RoadMorphG

amazon doesn't ship bicycle&outdoor products to country which i live. so i decided to do without a pump a while and then buy this pump from ebay. really nice
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if i didn't misunderstood they should all fit to tires. but i recognised that their adapter sizes are different. ie. 48 mm and 33 mm.
according to trek technicians 48mm Presta adapter should be perfect for stock tires.
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