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Bike Tubes: How to Replace: 29 Inch Mountain Bike Tubes
There are numerous reasons why you have a flat tire, and this usually results in replacing your bike tubes. Needing to replace your tubes can be frustrating, but it is actually an easy fix. Now that you figured out you do not have a valve that has a slow leak, you can now start replacing your bike tubes and get back on the road.
Remove the Bike Tubes
Remove the wheel from your bike. When you remove the flat wheels from your bike you are going to have an easier time fixing your bike tubes. Some bikes require the disconnection of the brakes, then completely release your wheel. before you begin the repair.
Start checking for damage. The most important thing to do is find where the puncture is in your bike tube. It is best to start on the outside of the bike tube, rather than the inside of the tube.
It can be hard to find the puncture at first, so you can try many things to find the origin. You can submerge the tube in some water and watch to see if there are any bubbles that rise, or inflate the tube to hear any sounds of air.
Replace or Repair Your Bike Tubes
To repair your bike tubes, you can get a repair kit that has everything you need to fix the tubes. If you have to replace the tube, you will have to get new tubes at your local store.
Now that you have the basic information on how to fix your tubes, you can now begin.
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