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My son has a kawasaki KX 85 (2003) the he rides for just for fun. The problem is he keeps blowing tubes about 8 or 9 so far this season. Has anyone had a similar problem or can you tell me how I can keep this from happening? He does not jump it or race, just rides on wood roads and trail. Thanks

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I hope you are talking about tire tubes, check the rim for rough spots, aluminium rims will corrode have sharp edges, use emery cloth on the inside of the rim to remove any burrs, check the spoke cover rubber boot for tears , and inflate the tire to max pressure , it may be slipping on the rim and tearing the valve stem

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