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Tire Balls Off-Road Mini Motorcycle Replacement Tire Ball Cell

Tire Balls Off-Road Mini Motorcycle Replacement Tire Ball Cell

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Replacement Tire Balls are made from state of the art materials that add less weight and are 10 times more puncture-resistant than conventional heavy-duty neoprene tubes. Tire Balls will increase traction by allowing the rider to run lower air pressure, while improving suspension by eliminating air transfer away from the contact patch, and can be used with any brand of tire.

The Tire Ball air pressure is adjustable by using the valve similar to a basketball or football. Like any inflatable tube, air pressure will decrease gradually over time. Each Tire Ball cell will need to be re-inflated when it becomes too soft for riding conditions.

Please Note: The Tire Ball Product is specifically designed for off-road use at speeds up to 80mph (130km/h) for up to 10 minutes - above this speed, heat build-up can lead to rapid destruction of the Tire Ball. Underno circumstances can Tire Balls be fitted to motorcycles/ATVs for on road use. Tire Balls are designed for off-road use only and are not D.O.T. approved. They should never be used on paved roads.

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