Flats

Fred /
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I admire your resourcefulness to carry the tools and stuff and to change on the spot.

And how many of those car drivers could do that?... none.

You have to be careful if you are using screwdrivers to lever the tire back on.

If you get a lot of flats... try using an old tube as a "liner" inside the tire to give more protection to your tire.

Just take the old tube and slit it around the inside.

I am currently running a wimpy tiny thin 16" bicycle inner tube in my 17" rear ped tire... And crossing my fingers.

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  FlatsTopic by: david f martin david f martin 03/29/01 10:38PM
  FlatsRe: Fred Fred 03/30/01 08:23AM
  Re: FlatsRe: Reeperette Reeperette 03/30/01 11:26AM

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