Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tube

$40.99
$35.99 (12% off)
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Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tube
Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tube
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Bridgestone has best-in class tires engineered with advanced tire technology for those moments when you need it most. That's why their engineers are very passionate about researching and developing new tire technologies, including inner tubes. Discover the technologies that fit your performance needs. Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tubes are designed for heavy-duty street and off-road applications.

  • Super thick for serious off-road competition, 3 mm thick.
  • Heavy duty puncture resistance tubes for the serious off-road use.

Tube Specifications:

  • Valve stem type: TR-4 (straight metal stem (8 mm diameter)).
  • Size: Rear 100/100-18.
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NikBraap

No pinched tubes anymore!

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Location: Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA
Paxton
I thought tubes were tubes

haven't had a pinch flat yet and I run low pressure...probably the tube

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Hawthorne NJ
EddieC

Tubes work well. Not that bad to install.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Hawthorne NJ
EddieC

Tubes work well. not that bad to install.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Reading PA
Playaplay
Tube-ular

Bridgestone heavy duty are the only tubes i buy. Excellent value and super thick tube compared to the standard tubes.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 100 Contributor
Location: Ocala, FL
DM794
Heavy Duty is right!!

This this is thick, put a little air to get the wrinkles out and it goes right in, a little baby powder would help but even without is fine. Great tube, definitely heavier than stock but that is a good thing if you don't want flat tires.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Rea, MO
mrjata
Serious tube!

This tube is about twice the weight of the stock tube. If you are cutting weight, this is not your tube. If you don't want flat tires, you have to get this one!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Rea, MO
mrjata
Serious tube!

This tube has some serious thickness! It is almost twice the thickness of the stocker. If you are worried about weight, this is not for you. If you don't want flat tires, this is your boy.

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Top 100 Contributor
Location: Woodridge, IL
Frytzie
Heave Duty Tubes a Must!

This is basically a copy from my post to the front tube. These are great on my Honda CRF250R. Install was a breeze and I know these can take a beating. I am a heavy rider so casing jumps and hard landings can be tough on my wheels, but I never have to worry with the heavy duty tubes and my big butt now. They are running strong and will continue throughout the rest of the year. I run them around 11 to 13 PSI based on track conditions. Also, I always change out my tubes when I put on new tires, just a good habit to get into because they wont last forever. Bridgestone and Motosport.com probably love me for that, lol.
Recommended!

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Top 100 Contributor
Location: Woodridge, IL
Frytzie
Always go with Heavy Duty Tubes

These are great on my Honda CRF250R. Install was a breeze and I know these can take a beating. I am a heavy rider so casing jumps and hard landings can be tough on my wheels, but I never have to worry with the heavy duty tubes and my big butt now. They are running strong and will continue throughout the rest of the year. I run them around 11 to 13 PSI based on track conditions. Also, I always change out my tubes when I put on new tires, just a good habit to get into because they wont last forever. Bridgestone and Motosport.com probably love me for that, lol.
Recommended!

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ziyad 1 year 9 months ago Location: male
Is it price of one pic or doze?
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1 year 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
All inner tubes are sold individually. The price shown would be for one Bridgestone Heavy Duty Tube.
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