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How to Remove and Install a Bicycle Tire & Tube

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Added by Darren in TOOLS & MAINTENANCE


This video will guide you through the complete process of removing and installing a tire and tube on a bicycle rim. We will also diagnose potential causes of damaged tubes, to help avoid getting more flats in the future.

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Video contents:
00:11 Tools Needed
00:48 Deflate Tube
01:28 Remove Tire & Tube
02:38 Inspection
05:34 Install Tube & Tire

➤ Tools & materials used:
• TL-6.2 Steel Core Tire Levers -
• PMP-4.2 Mini Pump -
• PFP-8 Home Mechanic Floor Pump -
• TB-2 EmergencyTire Boot -
• VC-1 Valve Core Tool -
• Spare Tube

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• How to Convert & Install Tubeless Tires on Fat Bikes ▶︎

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  • James Added Hi, I noticed you used TL4 for the MTB tyre and TL6 for the road tyre. Would you suggest TL6 as the optimal on-board lever for a road bike?