Thread: Using Old Tubes
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:56 PM
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Default what I've learned..

is to not remove the tube completely from the rim. inflate it to find the leak, and look at the corresponding area where the leak is to find that thorn, shard of glass,etc
But yeah, at $5 a pop (literally) its a good idea to patch. but carry a spare, just in case.. along with the means to inflate a tube.
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