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Flat rear tire

I need an inner tube for the rear tire. Does anyone have the phone number from the manual or know where the proper inner tubes can be purchased?

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Bert

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A bike shop may be able to help you. Maybe you could just repair the tube with a tube repair kit, available anywhere bicycle accessories are sold.

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