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Old 08-28-2010, 01:58 PM
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Default Inner Tube size for Dunlop 402

I need to replace the rear tire on my ride. It has a Dunlop 402 MU85B16 tire on it although it says tubeless I know it needs a tube because of the spoke rims I am running, got the tire down and the liner for the spokes...just unsure of how to match the tube size.....any input would be greatly appreciated.
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5.10- 16 tube will work. Hope it helps
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