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Contitube vs Schwalbe tube

Old 11-16-16, 01:57 PM
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Contitube vs Schwalbe tube

Hi, I need to change my tubes and by mistake I got two pairs of Contitube and Schwalbe, I am going to be usind a new pair of schwalbe durano 25 tires. What do you guys think is the best option? I guess there is not going to be much difference

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Don't think you will find much difference.

I did have some problems with conti valves.
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