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Martin Wheel Inner Tube - 20/10.00-8in. Tube, Straight Valve Stem, Model# T1008-KB

Item# 121019
Ideal for low speed applications. Fits Wheel Size (in.): 8, Fits Tire Size: 20x10.00 - 8, Valve Type: Straight valve stem - TR13
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Questions & Answers for Martin Wheel Inner Tube - 20/10.00-8in. Tube, Straight Valve Stem, Model# T1008-KB

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will this tube in a in riding lawnmower tire with a size of 20x8.00

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This tube will fit your tire.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
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What does low speed mean on your trailer inner tubes

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Any mile per hour 10 and under is classified as low speed for both inner tubes and tires.
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