Any bike store or even walmart will carry the tube you need. I replaced all my tubes with thorn resistant ones and added thorn liners haven't got a flat since. Most bike stores will also change out the tubes for a couple of bucks.
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As already mentioned, the front drivers side door jamb has a label with details about the vehicle.These include the proper inflation for both front and rear tires. I also recommend that you look on the tire wall itself around the edge of the tires on your van. Make sure you follow the manufacturers suggested inflation maximum for air pressure.And always try to fill them when the tires are reasonably cold as heat expands.
tyres get hot from working on a hot road surface so if properly inflated the tyre temperature will be around 10 degrees hotter than the road surface . To get noticeable hotter means they are under inflated and the side walls are flexing excessively or they are overloaded which causes the side walls to flex excessively as well. If you are concerned and the tyre pressure is correct for the weight and speed you are travelling there are places that will inflate your tyres with nitrogen which reduces the tyre temperature considerably and extend tyre life.. Many heavy haulage trucks run nitrogen filled tyres and extend tyre life by up to 20%
Not a guru on Bertini but most strollers with pneumatic tires use standard tyres and tubes as used on kiddy bikes. I get tyres for Bugaboo's at my local K Mart. The size should be on the side wall of the tyre.
Hi, a 1999-2003 suzuki burgman /an 400 using standard tyre sizes 110/90-13 front is 1'75 bar (25psi) 130/70-13 rear is. 2 bar-(29psi) and 2.8 bar (41psi when carrying a passenger) check the tyre for correct seating on the rim, dont think you have done any harm, the only danger inflating small tyres to a high pressure is you risk blowing it off the rim, as you have now corrected it you should be ok with that, paul
Your tyres need checking for slow punctures or leaking valves. If you want to do it yourself. You'll need a tub or pool big enough for a complete wheel. Fill it with water, then, remove one wheel at a time and put it in the tub/pool. look for bubbles, the puncture is where the bubble come from.
Of course you could go to a tyre shop and get them to check, once done and you know your tyres are in good order, the only other thought is that it may be someone having fun at your expense, you could get some lockable valve caps.
If you have the "Mini Mobility System" your car has a tube of tyre sealant and an electric air pump. These are locate in the boot (trunk) under the carpet.
Shake the tube of sealant. Screw the filler hose onto the bottle. Unscrew the dust cap from the tyre valve. Unscrew the valve insert from the tyre valve using the screw device (very important). Push the tube of tube of sealant onto the tyre valve and hold the bottle with the cap pointing downwards. Squeeze the bottle and force the entire contents into the tyre. Replace the tyre valve insert using the screw tool (most important).
Get the electric pump and connect the hose with the pressure guage onto the tyre valve. Connect the pump electric plug into the cigarette socket in the car or power outlet in the boot (ignition key needs to be on position 1). Inflate the tyre to 1.8 - 2.5 bar. Switch the pump off for a moment to check the pressure accurately. Unscrew the compressor, and put everything away in the boot. IMMEDIATELY drive your car for about 10 minutes. This is to distribute the sealant throughout the tyre. Do not exceed 60km/h. After driving for 10 minutes, recheck the tyre pressures using the pump or at a service station. Continue your journey but keep below 80km/h until you have the tyre checked or replaced.
The problem in you are not getting enough air flow past the valve its restricting all the flow into the tyre!!!
With your valve stem, remove the valve with a valve removal tool, then you will get no restriction of air flow also use a hand air gun instead of tyre inflator this should pop the bead on then it will go down again, reinstall the valve (you can put some spit/saliva on the valve for a good seal) then use a tyre inflator and pump it up to the desired pressure...
The tyre and inner tube can be removed in the same way as a standard bicycle tyre, you can google how to remove a tyre to get some more advise.
Once you have removed the inner tube, place it in a bowl of water and try to inflate it with the pump. If you see any bubbles escaping from the tube, you have a puncture and will need to repair, again, additional advise can be found online or talk with your local bike shop for direct advise on how to do this.
If you see no bubbles you need to check that air is not escaping from the pump, if its broken then it will just vent the air as soon as you put it in.