Michelin's tubes feature an overlap splice, which is stronger than the butt splice used on most tubes, and the splice is always opposite the valve stem to help balance the tube. These motorcycle tubes are for those who want the very best! Save your knuckles. Buy a Valve Stem Fishing Tool.
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Seriously Heavy Duty Motorcycle Tube
By Ken W
from So Cal
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Comments about Michelin Off-Road / Dual Sport Ultra Heavy-Duty Motorcycle Inner Tube:
These are the best heavy duty motorcycle tubes I have found in my 25 years of riding. Sure they are a bit more money, but that difference is soon forgotten sitting in the dirt on the side of the trail changing a tube... I say doing the work at home in the garage with all my tools is better than trail-side repair any day. Especially any hot day!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Hill Country, Texas
I have had all the differrent "HEAVY DUTY" tubes. none are as dependable. The Bridgestones are terrible. I killed 4 of them. The Michelens are great but always get sold with the bikes, tubes still in the tire. They are a bit of a pain to install; BUT so are all ultra HD tubes.They are heavier than stock, but All Ultra HD tubes are. I would recommend these over ANYTHING else I have tried.We ride Mostly Rocky terrain / Mountains and Desert
This tube looks like it will do the job.
from New Braunfels, Texas
Install was tight but all tubes are, tube heavy and durable for the trail.
Deserving of its Ultra Heavy Duty descri
from Cumming, GA
I mostly ride woods with a lot of rock gardens. I consistantly run pressures below 8 psi without pinching tubes. These tubes are the thickest I have found. You may have to add a click or two of rebound damping to controll the extra unsprung weight. I would recommend these to anyone who is having problems with pinched tubes or who desires to to run lower pressures.
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