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Kenda
Fat Bike Tube 26 Inch

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Fat is where it's at.

Big tires need big tubes, and Kenda makes them specifically for your 26" fat bike with these Presta valve, standard weight butyl inner tubes. A 1 mm wall thickness ensures plenty of durability over rough terrain, and they're available in multiple widths from the merely fat to the outrageously huge.

Non-removable Presta valve.


Details:

  • 26" x 3.0" - 4.0" features 32 mm valve stem and weighs 430 g
  • 26" x 4.0" - 4.8" features 48 mm valve stem and weighs 490 g
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High quality butyl fatbike tobe with medium length presta valve
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by Ditchplains1
Cycling Enthusiast
Lubec, Maine
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Nice tube for my 45north Dillinger 5.0 studded tires. No worries about leaking tubeless drying Stan's. Yes it weighs a bit more, but completely reliable.

Reviewed 10/2/2017
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