Tire Tubes for ATV tires how to buy the right ones atv or all terrain vehicle tire tubes are available in many different tire
sizes but not all tire sizes each tube size may fit up to four or more
tire sizes there is a real lack of tire tube information so we would like to give you a quick
break down on atv tire tubes as well as the dos and don’ts when buying tubes for atv tires do install tubes to prevent rim leaks installing tubes may help prevent the tire bead from popping off the wheel some tires are tube type which means you have to install a tube tubes may help with air loss due to cold temperatures it’s okay to install radial tubes in bias tires always check the tire for foreign material before installing a tube used atv tubes with a tr6 metal locking valve stem system don’t install oversized tubes they will crease and fail don’t install under sized tubes the valve stem may rip from the tube don’t install a tube in a tire with sidewall cracking never install used tubes in new tires old tire tubes will stretch and grow over time never install bias tubes in radial
tires never install tubes in tires with a plug type repair use cation when using tubes in atv tires heat builds up quickly due to the high speed and will cause the tire to grow any hole will grow as well so it’s important not to install tubes to fix a punctured tire the tube will work itself into the whole, pinch itself, and then blow out it’s always best to call a specialty
tire expert and ask for help when buying tire tubes you want to make sure you buy the right tubes for your atv tire our tubes experts are here to help call ken jones tires at 1-877-844-2010 today!