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I am changing 20x150 tyres to 20x1.75 tyres on My Dahon D7 Speed what size inner tube do I need.

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Most tubes don't come in specific width sizes, so the correct on may be 20x1.25-1.75 or 20x1.5-20 etc, you probably wont need to change the tube.

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I think that bike has a v-brake on the front. You probably need to loosen the spring tension adjustment screws. On each brake, near the pivot, there is a small screw - turn them counterclockwise until you see a gap between the pad and the rim. If you don't have enough play, you may need to loosen the screw on the top of the right (i think) brake to give you some slack. Try the tension screws first.

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The ISO system uses two numbers for example 55 - 622

1. The first is the rim width is the inner width measured between the flanges as shown in the diagram so this would be 55mm, this is a wide rim most WTB are 20mm and narrow to save on weight
2. The second ISO number is the critical one, it is the diameter of the bead seat of the rim, in mm ("B.S.D.") in this case 622m or a 29" wheel, note this is not a straight conversion 520mm is only20.5"" this is because its the Bead Diameter not the total Diameter in this case would be 736mm

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29" x 55/50 aka (55 622) on the wall of the a WTB Tyre this is what is means

1. The 29 is the size in inches of the wheel
2. The second set of numbers 55/50 is called the Global Measuring
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1. The 26" is the BSD size in inches of the wheel ( 599mm )
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GMS ------------> TRADITIONAL 26" DIAMETER x WIDTH in INCHES

-- / -- ---------------> 26" x 1.5 " --- slicks or road tyres
-- / -- ---------------> 26" x 1.75 "
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26' = 660.4mm

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