Bridgestone Tube - Straight Metal Stem

$23.99 - $26.99
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Bridgestone Tube - Straight Metal Stem
Bridgestone Tube - Straight Metal Stem
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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 Tubes are designed for light or standard street and off-road applications.

Tube Specifications:

  • Tube size: 140/90-15.
  • Valve type: TR-4 (straight metal stem (8 mm diameter)).
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Location: Albuquerque, NM, USA
CraigB1960
Hi quality innertube

This is a high quality inner tube. I recently changed my 1976 FXE front tire and purchased this inner tube for a replacement. It fit fine and is performing well.

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Location: Dongola, Illinois
bricky

Wow, wow, I can't believe you guys were able to get 2 inner tubes in the same package! This must be unheard of in the MC world. Thanks again for the cheap prices and super fast shipping time, and I can't believe I'm saying this but ,( quality stuff), that's what realy sold me.

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Location: Kansas
VulcanRider
Worked as expected

Installed new tubes with my new ME880's Worked great.

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pittfan 2 years 4 months ago Location: KY
Does my 1994 honda vt1100 have a tube? my front tire has great tread but it splitting on the side wall. do I need to worry about a blow out?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 4 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotosportStaff
Typically, your model will not have a tube. This doesn't mean that someone hasn't installed one though. Dismounting the tire will be the only clear way of inspecting. If the tread is splitting I would definitely suggest replacing the tire as soon as possible. This can be dangerous and we don't suggest riding the bike with tires in that condition.
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