How to Replace the Inner and Outer Tire

 

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ATTENTION: If you cannot install the part correctly, and follow these steps safely, we suggest you find a certified bike mechanic for assembly, maintenance and repair.

Tools and parts: inner tube and tire, tire iron, 19mm wrench, screw driver, needle nose pliers

 

Step:

1. Remove the wheels first.(front wheel installation guide/rear wheel installation guide)

2. Remove the inner tube and tire

a. Press down on the valve with the screw driver to remove the air from the inner tube.

b. Use the tire iron to lift the inner tube off the rim, starting anywhere but the valve and taking care to not damage the inner tube and tire.

c. Slide the tire iron down the rim to remove the inner tube from the rim.

d. Push the valve of the tube out of the rim and remove the inner tube and tire out of the rim

e. Inspect the rim, make sure the rim is not damaged.

3. Install the new inner tube and tire

a. Put the inner tube into the tire, then insert the valve into the rim. Install the tire and inner tube on the rim.

b. Seat both sides of the tire bead on the rim.

c. From the valve, check the inner tube to make sure it is not being pinched between the tire and the rim. Check that the inner tube is not sticking out from under the tire and that the tire bead is fully seated on the rim.

d. Inflate the tube fully, the recommended tire pressure is 15-20psi.

e. Be careful not to underinflate or overinflate your tires. Failure to always maintain the air pressure rating indicated on pneumatic tires may result in tire and/or wheel failure.

4. Install the wheels. (front wheel installation guide/rear wheel installation guide)

 

Inspection:

1. Check that the new inner tube and tire are in good condition.

2. Check that the tire air pressure is within the specified range.

3. Check that the rear brake performs well.


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