475/500-19 Tube | TR135 Center Rubber Stem

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This is a 475/500-19 tube with a TR135 center rubber stem. NUMBER FOUR BEST SELLER online! Recommended application is for Bias Ply/Radial tires and the recommended tire fitment is for a 475/500-19 tire. Fits 475-500 width, 19 inch diameter tires. This car inner tube has a TR135 rubber stem and the valve stem location is center. TR135 stem is rubber stem 2 5/8 inch tall with 5/8 inch diameter at the base. Actual item may differ from photo. Coker Tire Company features a huge selection of specialty inner tubes for car tires. Hartford brand tubes are built to meet our specifications using premium grade materials. They are designed specifically for their applications, to provide a high quality inner tube solution and reliable service life. These are excellent quality tubes, available in a wide range of sizes for collector and specialty vehicle applications.
SPECIFICATIONS
SKU 86400
Brand Hartford
Tube Diameter 19"
Weight (lbs) 3.0000
Product Size 475/500-19
GTIN 00842199106077
475/500-19 Tube | TR135 Center Rubber Stem

Product Questions & Answers

 
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Question:
What liner do I need
By Randy on June 04, 2017
Answer:

We will need more information about what actual tire and wheel you are using. Please contact us at 1-800-251-6336, or support@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on June 06, 2017
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Question:
I ordered tires and tubes #86400 Need to order the liner to protect the tubes that I forgot. What is the part number?
By GUY TOMASINO on January 06, 2017
Answer:

We will need to know more about you application and type of wheel in order to make the best recommendation. Please contact us at 1-800-251-6336, or support@coker.com.

Coker Tire Support on January 06, 2017
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Question:
How do you prevent the tire on these old wood/steel rims from slipping and then slicing the valve stem when you apply the brakes?
By John J Lange on April 15, 2019
Answer:

Hi there, We see this most commonly on high pressure tires, such as clinchers. This is typically caused by the tire moving around on the rim. That is caused by too low air pressure in the tube. Check your air pressures to see if that is what is happening. Go by the sidewall PSI for inflation recommendations.

Coker Tire Support on April 15, 2019
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