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Bell Solid Tube NoMorFlat Bicycle Inner Tire Tube 26 x 1.75-1.95

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Product Description

Guaranteed to never go flat, blow out or lose air! The last tube you will ever buy, the No-Mor Flats inner tube is an innovation in inner tubes. Maintains constant tire pressure.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 2.6 x 4.5 inches ; 2.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000BOCA44
  • Item model number: 7015332
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Rod on April 22, 2010
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This might work for smaller sizes but the 26" one states it is for the 1.75 - 1.95.
I have a 26 X 1.95 and it didn't fit right. It is suppose to appear too large for the tire and you should have to force it in . I have put these in before so I know how to do it. But this one fit right in the rim and I could seal the tire without any effort at all, the problem is the tire and tube are too loose and it feels like riding on a flat tire. It should fit so tight and feel rock hard to work right.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Perry Der on January 2, 2013
In my daily travails, my bike rides over nails, brambles, chicken bones, shivs, abandoned stop-sticks, and I was tired of constantly replacing my tire tubes after a puncture. I saw this product at a big-box store and brought it home to end the tire-popping days.

The written instructions were easy to understand, but physically difficult to execute. Like my title says, it was insanely tight to insert onto the bike wheel. Soapy water to help facilitate the insertion is tantamount to success. The bike is significantly heavier now, but at least I have a new false sense of security against mobsters or police officers shooting at my bike tires.

One caveat against buying into this replacement of standard air inner tubes: air is the shock-absorber of your bicycle. Riding over bumps on my "improved" bicycle is very jarring.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By pen name on February 7, 2013
I bought one of the 26x1.75-1.95 size, and it fits right, was relatively easy to install, but it's too soft-it feels and looks like I'm riding with a half inflated tire. I put it on the front only to test it before doing both tires. Excellent idea and concept, just need to perfect the material, or make a range of different materials for people to choose from. I'm also 220+ lbs, so I tend to put a lot of stress on my tires too :-)
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. Hesdra on November 3, 2013
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I'm a pretty big guy weighing in at 300lbs, and i've been using the 26in. tubes for 3 years on two different bikes- a Giant Boulder, and a Mongoose MGX element. There's something important that the manufacturers neglected to take into account. The rims on my Boulder are 1-1/4" wide(that's outside to outside), while the rims on my element are only 1" wide. This makes a huge difference! The ideal combination for the 26in. tube is: a 1-1/4" wide rim, and the 1.75 tire, like on my Boulder(i had to purchase the correct size tire separately). This provides the perfect fit with perfect pressure, rock hard. With a tight fit like this, you can expect a little struggle in getting them on. Actually, it is a fairly easy process until the final step; tucking the second tire bead into the rim, and this will take some muscle. But once on, for this dimensional combo, i would give 5 stars! However, it is impossible to install on the skinnier 1" wide rims of my element with the 1.75 tire with the recommended tools. I completely destroyed the tire in the final step, and had no choice but to cut the tire off with a pair of wire cutters. So i went with the 1.95 tire on my element, which went on a bit too easily, but it seems a bit deflated. Would be good for riding on rain-slick surfaces, ice and snow that way, but you wouldn't want to go on any long bike rides like that. I have not tried using the 1.95 tire on the 1-1/4" wide rims of my Boulder obviously, but i can't imagine that would be any good in any case. If your rims are only 1" wide, i recommend avoiding this product, and going with some double-thick walled, puncture-resistant inflatables instead. I give 4 stars overall, because the manufacturers need to make more sizes, and be more responsible in the product description.Read more ›
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Randy on March 16, 2013
After 3 rides and 2 flats, and miles of walking a bike home because I had no patches, I found these and thought they may be a godsend.

I didn't find these particularly difficult to install. They weren't nearly as easy as a normal tube, but that was to be expected. I used a screwdriver for leverage in getting the tube and tire on the rim (it would be nearly impossible without the screwdriver to do this, unless you have fingers made of steel, so use a screwdriver), and I did have to remove and replace a brake pad in order to fit my tire back into place. It probably took me 10 to 20 minutes per tire, entire process. No big deal, and this shouldn't be mentioned repeatedly in reviews, or be marked down in points because of it..

Here's where these lose the points, they're not hard enough. I'm 6'2" and weigh 190 pounds with an athletic build, and riding on these is like riding on two half inflated tires. I'm constantly peddling just to keep moving, and the tires even sound like riding on flats. I'm sure these will wear the actual tire out much more quickly..

I'd say these make my bike at least 2 to 3 times more difficult to ride in the same gear as opposed to air inflated tubes.

I'm riding the bike to lose some weight, so I suppose it could be seen as a benefit, but it does make bike rides far less enjoyable, as I do like to coast and relax occasionally. I haven't attempted any major uphills yet, but I have a feeling they will be impossible, as they were barely doable with regular tubes for me.

These tubes have the obvious benefit of no flats, but if you weigh 190 pounds or over, I can't recommend that you get these, and you'll probably regret it if you do.

Just my two cents.
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