Join Date: Aug 2016
Location: Beenleigh, Queensland Australia
Hi pavnryn, there is lots of information on tube types in Forum's and on the web.
One thing I have learnt, is if you carry a spare tube to replace a punctured one, then brand and type don't matter that much.
But if you want to repair a punctured tube with a patch kit, then make sure you fit a 100% Natural Rubber tube,
the other type Butal Rubber will most likely split or tear once punctured making it useless to repair.
I have also learnt to do both, fit a carry spare Natural Rubber tubes as well as a patch repair kit.
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