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Needs new tyres Bike is KRONOS WheelsVuelta USA ETRTO 559x 21 DIN Alloy 6063 T6 PLUS Airline 1 from Grandma for Grandson's bicycle

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Take one of the wheels to your local bicycle repair shop and they can match the tire for you. If you take both they will change the tires for you and check the tubes all for a nominal fee.

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