Thread: Inner tube size
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Old 06-10-21, 01:39 PM
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Lots of excellent advice in the posts above.
Sometimes there are 'overlapping' size ranges in tubes.
For example, Continental tubes on one website are listed in 25-32 mm and 32-42 and 32-47 sizes.
For a 32 mm tire, for example, I'd pick the smaller tube option as it seems to reduce my chances of damaging the tube when I install it
Damaging a tube while I'm installing it in the basement shop isn't a big deal, but I did that once at the roadside and it was irritating.
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