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Tire Question
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I am trying to fix up a bicycle for my nephew The tires on it are dry rotten, but read 26x1.50, I went to the store to buy these, but they only had 26x1.75, which I bought 2, along with 2 1.70 tubes. Will these work on the bike rims? I have been the route on the charts, but didn't understand, would greatly appreciate a yes or no answer!! Thanks!!
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#2
The difference is so slight it's a 99% yes.
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(03-16-2014, 10:06 PM)1FJEF Wrote:  The difference is so slight it's a 99% yes.

Thanks so much!!
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