Heavy-duty Moose Racing tubes are made specifically for off-road and motocross use. These are the sturdiest, highest-quality tubes on the market. Made of natural rubber, which resists pinch flats. All have center metal stem (TR-4).Please Note When placing a heavy duty or ultra heavy duty tube in a tire, it is recommended that you buy a tube one size smaller than the tire size.Save your knuckles. Buy a Valve Stem Fishing Tool.
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The valve broke off
from Ottawa, Canada
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Comments about Moose Racing Heavy Duty Tube:
Although the tube is thicker than any I've seen before, the valve broke right off the tube! I purchased a replacement vulcanivation valve and will have it installed this week. Fingers crossed!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Does Not Hold Air
from La Paz, BCS, Mexico
I bought this "heavy duty" tube because I assumed that it would be less likely to puncture here in Mexico. Unfortunately, the valve stem separated from the tube. That particular connection was far from "heavy duty".Fortunately I saved my perfectly good OEM tube and stuck it back in...it is 20+ years old and works perfectly. On the bright side, the "heavy duty" Moose tube that I purchased for my front tire is still in one piece. I anxiously await its failure
Have used these tubes for years with a variety of bikes. Ridden jagged surfaces in Moab & Colorado as well as soft loam in Tenn. woods. Never had a problem with tires/tubes. Used between 8-36 PSI pressures.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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