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I need to replace a 16.125 tube with a 16" bell universal tube. The universal tube appears to be too large for the rim and the website is under construction where I should be getting the insructions.

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The 16"tube cant possibly be too big to replace a 16.125 tube unless it was the wrong tube to begin with,check the tire to see if the proper tube size is located on it

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