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Kenda
Thorn Resistant MTB Tube

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Kenda Thorn Resistant tubes are extra tough with 3.5mmm of butyl on the tread side of the tube and 1mm thickness on the top side. The extra butyl reduces punctures from thorns and glass. 26 Inch (559 ISO) size fits most mountain bike tires. Available in 26 x 1.9/2.125 Inch (559 ISO). Schrader valve.

Note: We received some of these tubes in boxes labeled 26 x 1.5/1.75. This is a mislabeling, the tube inside is actually 26 x 1.9/2.125.

 

Weight: 300 grams

 

Weight: 300 grams

 

Tube Width: 48-59mm 

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Kenda thorn resistantmtb tube
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by Charles
dallas

What a great buy! I havent had a flat since putting this tube on my emountain bike!

Reviewed 6/30/2018
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Excellent tubes for harsh terrain, thorns, sharp rock, urban glass and such
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
New Mexico
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

I use these on my hardtail 26 MTB in the Rio Grande Valley (New Mexico), land of the goathead, aka puncture-vine. A regular tube might last ten miles between flats, and it always happens at a bad time and a bad place. So I got these Kenda TR tubes and put 'em in. Hey, no more flats!! Seriously, these things have gone about 600 miles with no punctures. The tires get stuck with goatheads, but never penetrate the tube. I periodically dismount the tires and pluck out the thorns with needle-nose pliers.

Only disadvantages are they're heavy, if you prefer light wheels, and they're kind of hard to mount, stuffing all that rubber in.

Reviewed 9/13/2014
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Valve separated from tube
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by JKLedbetter
Trinity, AL

Like Chris from Phoenix, I too experienced separation of the valve from the tube. Mine were purchased for a large garden cart in September of 2015. After a couple of months, with very little use, one tube went bad. A year later, the other is still holding.

Reviewed 12/2/2016
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No more flats
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by Mike C
Casual Cyclist
Colorado
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Using these on mountain bike with street tires and have had no flats. Normally get lots of flats from goat head thorns but with the thicker outer tube the thorns do not penetrate the tube.

Would highly recommend these tubes.

Reviewed 12/5/2014
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Love these tubes, they live up to their name!
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
Fresno, CA
7 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

After experiencing 3 flat tires in two weeks due to nasty thorns on my new daily bike route, I replaced my ordinary tubes with these Kendall thorn resistant tubes. Staying on my same route, I haven't had any more flats in the six weeks since! Yay! They were really no more difficult for me to install than the light-weight tubes.

Reviewed 11/15/2013
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I have not really proven if this tube is indeed thorn resistant...against Goat's Head.
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by Oscar Go
Casual Cyclist
Carson, CA
1 of 3 customers found this review helpful.

I have not had a flat tire yet ever since I bought this tube...I still need to know if this tube can withstand that evil GOAT'S HEAD thorn...if you folks are familiar with this thorn from a grass looking weed...We were out camping for 3 days and we have a total of 8 flats...that was a very disappointing experience.

Reviewed 9/2/2013
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easy installation, reasonable
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by orange biker
Casual Cyclist
orange county, ca
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Very easy installation with no problems noted, holds pressure well (running 80 psi nitrogen). Good value for casual around town rides.

Reviewed 7/9/2013
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a must have
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by otee
Casual Cyclist
southern Ill
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I purchased these tubes with good tires, a great combo, I rebuilt my old mountain bike, a tried and trusted early Giant Attraction this made it a warrior bike....bar none!!!!

Reviewed 5/31/2013
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No more flats!
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by Anonymous
Casual Cyclist
SE Kansas
4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.

We used to have a chronic problem with flat tires until we started using these tubes and tire liners. No more flats!

Reviewed 11/1/2012
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If you don't like constant tire replacement, I highly recommend you use these innertubes.
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by jackofclubs11
Casual Cyclist
Charlotte, NC
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

Aside from thorn resistant, these inner tubes are great for high heat resistance as well, not as likely to pop in a storage shed or shipping. I wouldn't use a regular tube in any bicycle I've ever owned, I've always used thorn resistant tubes and always have high success with them.

Reviewed 10/1/2012
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Rugged tube, no slippage on the rim
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
New Jersey
5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Rugged tube, no slippage on the rim & stay in place. Thinner tubes tend to move around & bend the fill valve sometimes causing flats.

Reviewed 8/6/2012
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Excellent Flat-Resistant Tube
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by BBWolfBiker
Cycling Enthusiast
Saint George, UT
8 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

I have not had any flats since switching to these puncture-resistant tubes. I highly recommend this product to anyone experiencing frequent flats. Kenda also offers a puncture-resistant tire. The combo virtually eliminates flat tire inconveniences.

Reviewed 9/4/2011
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