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Michelin TR-4 Inner Tube
Michelin
TR-4 Inner Tube
$15.99 - $26.99
You save up to $2.96 (10%)
  • TR-4
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Michelin TR-4 Inner Tube Features an overlap splice which is stronger than the butt splice used on most tubes Splice is always placed opposite the valve stem to help balance the tube Used by those...
Michelin Supermotard Tubes
Michelin
Supermotard Tubes
$28.79
You save $4.16 (13%)
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Michelin Supermotard Tubes Standard tubes for supermotard 120/60-17 will also fit 120/65-17 and 120/70-17 front wheels 140/80-17 is for rear use

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Charley (San Manuel )

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Awesome tube!

These tubes may be heavy but they are very strong. I ride only desert single track with lots of big sharp rocks and cactus and no flats yet. I'm a big guy 250+ pounds and I only run 12psi with these and no pinch flats.

Ron R (Scottsville )

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Bibs are great for Motorcross

Here is a top pro secret, almost every top pro team uses a bib moose in the rear tire for the outdoors. I have been using bibs in both front and rear for decades! It's takes some getting use to, but if you ride "outdoors" they will keep you safe from DNFs for years!

Tom (Bentonville )

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Great tube

Fit great had no problems installing it. Felt like a good thick rubber. I'm happy.

Kevin (Butler )

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TR-6 Inner Tube

I change my tire 4 times a year and usually replace the tube every other time. Never had an issue with the Michelin tubes.

Side Swipe (Robbins )

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Super Moto Tube

So far this tube has held up on and off road on my Supermoto. 3K and no issues so far.

Elmo (Show Low )

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Michelin Heavy Duty MX/Enduro Tube

This heavy-duty tube seems very thin and after riding for only two hours and repairing a pinch, the tube burst in two other spots while re-airing it up. It must be defective. I can't imagine this is normal Michelin quality.