can ordinary tubes tube hold 80 psi or more

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5/13/2009 11:56 PM

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5/14/2009 1:21 AM

they should

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5/14/2009 4:48 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/14/2009 4:49 AM

its not the tube, its the tire man.

the tire holds the tube in, so if the tire blows up, the tube goes with it

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5/14/2009 6:12 AM

barcode625 wrote:

its not the tube, its the tire man.

the tire holds the tube in, so if the tire blows up, the tube goes with it

QFT.

80 PSI is nothing--When you get to 150 PSI then you can start worrying.

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5/14/2009 6:16 AM

barcode625 wrote:

its not the tube, its the tire man.

the tire holds the tube in, so if the tire blows up, the tube goes with it

montymitch wrote:

QFT.

80 PSI is nothing--When you get to 150 PSI then you can start worrying.

not even. tubes dont matter when your dealing with psi. Its all the tire.
And wtf does QFT mean?

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5/14/2009 6:35 AM

BRAKELESS-BMX14 wrote:

they should

i agreeee

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5/14/2009 6:35 AM

barcode625 wrote:

its not the tube, its the tire man.

the tire holds the tube in, so if the tire blows up, the tube goes with it

montymitch wrote:

QFT.

80 PSI is nothing--When you get to 150 PSI then you can start worrying.

agfracing wrote:

not even. tubes dont matter when your dealing with psi. Its all the tire.
And wtf does QFT mean?

i beg to differ

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5/14/2009 6:35 AM

barcode625 wrote:

its not the tube, its the tire man.

the tire holds the tube in, so if the tire blows up, the tube goes with it

montymitch wrote:

QFT.

80 PSI is nothing--When you get to 150 PSI then you can start worrying.

i agree

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5/14/2009 6:45 AM

I run nothing but cheap ass tubes from walmart. Just go with the range on you tire give or take maybe 10 psi. They put those ratings on the tire because they tested what it takes to blow out, and it has to do with the rubber quality, thread count in the tire, and bead.

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5/14/2009 9:16 AM
Edited Date/Time: 5/14/2009 9:23 AM

QFT: quoted for truth

The only reason you would worry about a tube over 150 PSI is because of the valve stem--it could fail. In other words, it's a non issue. Nobody makes tires that can handle 150.

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5/14/2009 10:24 AM

yes they should easily

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