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Old 10-27-2009, 02:09 PM   #1
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i need a rear tire

Looking for a rear tire that will fit a 5.10 x 16 rim, its for a harley davidson. I don't care about the condition as long as it holds air so I can move it around the garage. The one on it now airs out in a day or so and I can't find where its leaking from
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Old 10-27-2009, 02:11 PM   #2
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Is it tubeless??
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Old 10-27-2009, 02:12 PM   #3
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Call a salvage yard. I just came from one where I bought a 520 "practice" chain for $15. I saw all kinds of tires and wheels. Try Houston Cycle Salvage, Inc. 713-472-0020. I am assuming it's tubeless, otherwise just patch or replace the tube. You can also slime the tire, set a plug, or use those cat gut strings.

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just dip the wheel in water
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Is it tubeless??
Yes its tubeless.
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Old 10-27-2009, 02:17 PM   #6
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Call a salvage yard. I just came from one where I bought a 520 "practice" chain for $15. I saw all kinds of tires and wheels. Try Houston Cycle Salvage, Inc. 713-472-0020. I am assuming it's tubeless, otherwise just patch or replace the tube. You can also slime the tire, set a plug, or use those cat gut strings.
Thanks ill give them a call later
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just dip the wheel in water
Yeah I'm not a tire shop, best I can do is run water on it with a hose. You have any other ideas breath?
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Yes its tubeless.
If you're not going to be riding on it you could always throw a tube in it.
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If you're not going to be riding on it you could always throw a tube in it.
Do I have to pull the tire off, or can I just break the bead and slide the tube in?
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Do I have to pull the tire off, or can I just break the bead and slide the tube in?
Just have to remove one side of the tire, cut off the old valve stem, then slip the tube in. Use soapy water to keep the tube from pinching.
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