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Old 05-14-19, 07:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Skipjacks View Post
It wasn't baloney. It was a reasonable scenario.

Saying Wal Mart Tubes fail because the glue used by the aliens who make them disintegrates in Earth's nitrogen heavy atmosphere is baloney.

Saying that cheap parts might have some quality assurance issues isn't exactly going out on a limb.
I would disregard both statements at there is no evidence provided for either.
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Why would she?

This thread has become very strange.
Excellent. I'm not woke enough to have thought of that solution
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It's just a wording of the puzzle that left an out. Normally it would be, "...does he shave himself?"
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I'm also not woke enough to have ambiguized the puzzle on purpose.
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@biketube_guy, what is your opinion about carrying tubes in a tool pouch for a couple/three years? I hear they don't do well when exposed to oxygen for long periods, but I'm skeptical.

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Hysterical all the possible causes based on our own experiences. Most of my flats come from pinch flats. Yes underinflation! So, it seems obvious to me that your tires were under-inflated and a large strand of carpet fiber pinched the tube and caused the subsequent blowout.😎
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Originally Posted by Korina View Post
@biketube_guy, what is your opinion about carrying tubes in a tool pouch for a couple/three years? I hear they don't do well when exposed to oxygen for long periods, but I'm skeptical.
You're using argon in your floor pump, right?
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Originally Posted by Darth Lefty View Post
You're using argon in your floor pump, right?
No, xenon. Is this wrong?? Now I'm worried!
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No, xenon. Is this wrong?? Now I'm worried!
You rookies...

Helium is what you put in the pump.

It makes the bike lighter.

Duh....

The hard part is getting the hydrogen fusion reactor working to create the helium....
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Old 05-15-19, 08:37 AM
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I scared the you-know-what out of a cube farm once when a tube blew in the office.
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exploding tire

Back when I was young, dinosaurs rode steel frames, and tubular tires.

I was at the National track championships (spectating) when we all heard a loud bang. It seems that one of the riders competed early in the day, and was going to compete again later. The Clemont Seta #3 tubular had been inflated to competition pressure, and left out in the sun, as the day warmed up. No pinch flat. No-one had even thought of using nitrogen. It was good old air that expanded in the sun, and the heat of the day.

The Clemont Seta was about 165 grams, made out of silk. No idea how many threads per inch, because we rated tires based upon weight. It would last about 20 miles before no-one would trust it to ride further. If you placed the sidewall on a newspaper, you could read the type through it.

Most of the people laughed, but several ran towards the parked bikes to let air out of tires.
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Originally Posted by Skipjacks View Post
"She" was the only clear way out of the riddle I could find too.
The barber could also be a boy, too young to shave. Or he had scant facial hair which he plucked, like Native Americans. Or who knows they might have trained a monkey to do it.
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Old 05-17-19, 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by acidfast7 View Post
I only use SCHWALBE tubes with my SCHWABLE tyres. Why half-ass it?

edit: Forgot the hyphen in half-ass. Corrected now.
I've had Schwalbe tubes fail for no particular reason, just like cheap ones. I'm not convinced they're any different, except for the price.
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Skipjack's not going to care what anyone else has to say about his flat, but I thought I'd chime in here about tubes too small for the tires.

Back when I was working in a shop, a coworker thought it would be a great way to save weight by using a 26x1" tube in his mountain bike wheels. It's probably the power of suggestion, but now I seem to remember that the first couple of times he complained about the tire suddenly blowing out when he was Just Riding Along.

It took him a while to figure out that a thorn that would normally cause a slow leak in a properly fitting tube instantly causes an undersized tube to blow out and tear.

I'd like to think that I'm aware enough that with up to four bikes in my immediate area at work, if I heard a bang I'd figure it out quickly enough to immediately pull a Nelson Muntz, "Ha ha!" even at myself. I'm sure that with enough practice, one can distinguish between a failed seam, a sidewall failure, and a pinched tube.

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Nevermind.
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Quote: Renato GF Naso also forgot about all the animal sacrifice for human sin which is prescribed in the old testament. Man, those are
some complicated methods of absolution for screwing up. And Jesus also performed two miracles involving killing an untold
amount of fish: The apostles were fishing and weren't catching anything. He showed them the immediate value of obedience by
telling them to do something on faith. They followed his command and could barely pull their fishing nets in for all the fish the nets
held. The second fish killing miracle was when Jesus fed the five thousand. Now that's a lot of fish! End of quote.


(I don't need to comment the old testament... it will speak for itself, just by reading the first chapters!) When Jesus fed the five thousand,
he didn't kill five thousand fish (he did that with the 153 large fish), since his "dear father in heaven" (a space-ship in the shape and
color of a black dice with 144'000 cabins) has sent a matter-multiplying ray, to do the job!

I've got to try here, because I've been banned from another forum ("Why are cars so much more popular than bicycles ?") not because
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I've got to try here, because I've been banned from another forum ("Why are cars so much more popular than bicycles ?") not because
I've been offending someone, but because I'm a believer in (NONVIOLENT!!) religious communism!! (The best thing for America and the
rest of the world!!) and it looks like I'm too revolutionary for a "normal" mind! The guy who banned me and has deleted five of my
commentaries:

Please avoid religious commentary in Bike Forums, it can become very disruptive and hostile when people disagree on strongly held
beliefs. Believe me, it only takes one or two remarks to set some people off in the wrong direction. In general please stay on topic, you
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Members of any forum, including this one, are guests in someone else's house. We don't pay the "mortgage" or do the maintenance here, so the people that do pay the mortgage and do the maintenance are allowed to ask the members to follow the rules or leave.

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Quote: Renato GF Naso also forgot about all the animal sacrifice for human sin which is prescribed in the old testament. Man, those are
some complicated methods of absolution for screwing up. And Jesus also performed two miracles involving killing an untold
amount of fish: The apostles were fishing and weren't catching anything. He showed them the immediate value of obedience by
telling them to do something on faith. They followed his command and could barely pull their fishing nets in for all the fish the nets
held. The second fish killing miracle was when Jesus fed the five thousand. Now that's a lot of fish! End of quote.


(I don't need to comment the old testament... it will speak for itself, just by reading the first chapters!) When Jesus fed the five thousand,
he didn't kill five thousand fish (he did that with the 153 large fish), since his "dear father in heaven" (a space-ship in the shape and
color of a black dice with 144'000 cabins) has sent a matter-multiplying ray, to do the job!

I've got to try here, because I've been banned from another forum ("Why are cars so much more popular than bicycles ?") not because
I've been offending someone, but because I'm a believer in (NONVIOLENT!!) religious communism!! (The best thing for America and the
rest of the world!!) and it looks like I'm too revolutionary for a "normal" mind! The guy who banned me and has deleted five of my
commentaries:

Please avoid religious commentary in Bike Forums, it can become very disruptive and hostile when people disagree on strongly held
beliefs. Believe me, it only takes one or two remarks to set some people off in the wrong direction. In general please stay on topic, you
have strayed more than once in this thread.

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Anybody can write stuff other than on bikes, but me! So much for "democracy" and "freedom of speech"!
So you just pick the most active threads in each forum and post something totally unrelated to the topic or to bikes in general....and you're just shocked that it's deleted?

For real?

And the First Amendment says 'Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech...."

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Hi Korina, I would definitely check a tube that's been in your pouch more than 2 years, and probably replace with a freshie to be safe. There are varying qualities of tubes, often the cheapies have additives in the material. Tubes are made from butyl rubber, a synthetic rubber, which has a good shelf life and is fairly resistant to ozone attack. I wouldn't bother with airtight containers unless you're talking really long term, but it couldn't hurt. The most important things you can do is keep them away from direct sunlight and oils, and protect them from sharp objects in your tool pouch, where vibrations can damage them. Biketube Brand's TubeSock is perfect for this application (shameless self promotion there!).
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Hi Korina, I would definitely check a tube that's been in your pouch more than 2 years, and probably replace with a freshie to be safe. There are varying qualities of tubes, often the cheapies have additives in the material. Tubes are made from butyl rubber, a synthetic rubber, which has a good shelf life and is fairly resistant to ozone attack. I wouldn't bother with airtight containers unless you're talking really long term, but it couldn't hurt. The most important things you can do is keep them away from direct sunlight and oils, and protect them from sharp objects in your tool pouch, where vibrations can damage them. Biketube Brand's TubeSock is perfect for this application (shameless self promotion there!).
Is coating the spare tube in powder so it doesn't rub on itself a good idea or bad idea?

Obviously it will prevent friction wearing...but will the powder dry it out prematurely?
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(shameless self promotion there!).
On the one hand, shilling is not allowed on BF; but on the other hand, I am glad that I now know about your product. I will probably buy a sock at some point, since my wife seems to like organizing bags of things using smaller bags, and the SNL reference is funny.
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A light dusting of talc on a tube is a good thing. It helps prevent the tube getting stuck between the rim and the tire bead when installing; a very common install mistake. It will also help keep the tube from sticking to the tire. Too much talc is a bad thing, because it can clump up and actually cause the tube to wear in that area. A light dusting won't cause the tube to dry out prematurely.
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Originally Posted by Korina View Post
@biketube_guy, what is your opinion about carrying tubes in a tool pouch for a couple/three years? I hear they don't do well when exposed to oxygen for long periods, but I'm skeptical.
I usually use the one in the rack trunk to replace the flat when I have one, and haven't had to worry about tubes getting too old.
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Hi Korina, I would definitely check a tube that's been in your pouch more than 2 years, and probably replace with a freshie to be safe. There are varying qualities of tubes, often the cheapies have additives in the material. Tubes are made from butyl rubber, a synthetic rubber, which has a good shelf life and is fairly resistant to ozone attack. I wouldn't bother with airtight containers unless you're talking really long term, but it couldn't hurt. The most important things you can do is keep them away from direct sunlight and oils, and protect them from sharp objects in your tool pouch, where vibrations can damage them. Biketube Brand's TubeSock is perfect for this application (shameless self promotion there!).
Thanks, biketube_guy. My overly cautious husband makes me keep them in a baggie in my seatbag, and after the fifth puncture on my bike's stock tube I went ahead and used the spare; so far, so good. I'll put the new spare in another baggie.

ETA: And I'll give it a dusting of baby powder.
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Thanks, biketube_guy. My overly cautious husband makes me keep them in a baggie in my seatbag, and after the fifth puncture on my bike's stock tube I went ahead and used the spare; so far, so good. I'll put the new spare in another baggie.

ETA: And I'll give it a dusting of baby powder.
I do that also, not only for the ozone but also the wrapper helps to keep things from catching and poking into it when I shove stuff in. Also if you put the stick-on patches in there it keeps them losing the adhesive so quickly. I don't normally use those, but there's not much reason not to keep a few for the last resort.
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