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NOS 5.00x5 tube

Lotahp1

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New (dated 1998) 5.00x5 tube. It’s got the TR-67 90degree valve stem. It’s brand new been sitting in my tool box since I ordered it. (I needed. 6.00x6! Oops) its a Aero Classic see pics. Never had any air in it. Still feels nice and supple $40 shipped anywhere in lower 48. IMG_5044.jpgIMG_5043.jpgIMG_5037.jpgIMG_5038.jpgIMG_5039.jpgIMG_5041.jpgIMG_5042.jpg
 

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Too much? Bad part is shipping is going to be about $13.50. (Medium flat rate box ...doesn’t fit in a small). So how about $25 shipped? Surely someone needs this? Old but still feels like new.
 

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Too much? Bad part is shipping is going to be about $13.50. (Medium flat rate box ...doesn’t fit in a small). So how about $25 shipped? Surely someone needs this? Old but still feels like new.
I just shipped a 800x4 tube to Smizo for ten bucks.
 

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Knight, I was just quoting the US post office flat rate quotes. I don’t have a box for tube so easiest and cheapest I think is going to be to use flat rate box for $13.50. Now if anyone want to pick it up at my house, that’s Free [emoji6]
 

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Drunken,

Yeap you can use this tube in a Cleveland wheel. The nit keeps the valve stem from moving. It’s on a lot of the tubes. Some of the cheaper ones dont have it.
 

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