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    I have changed inner tubes on my car tyres, bike tyres and pram tyres.... ???? Ahhh.... I am lost! Lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMo7 View Post
    I have changed inner tubes on my car tyres, bike tyres and pram tyres.... ???? Ahhh.... I am lost! Lol...
    don't tell me I was right all along? My family laughed so hard at me for thinking they did! Someone call a tyre place and find out..

    Eta I'm pretty sure hubby said they don't either but this was before we were together..and he is asleep so I can't wake him lol

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    Car tyres don't have inner tubes?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Car tyres don't have inner tubes?!
    Well if they don't, where does the air go that you pump into them?

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    Ok I called beaurepairs (sp) and he said they generally don't but they can be repaired with them. He said some cars do have them but they tend to be 4wd (he mentioned land cruisers) but for the most part they are tubeless.

    Now that I think about it I remember talking about this with hubby when we blew a tyre on our trailer they open it up and patch the tyre itself from the inside then they put it back on the rim and blow it up sealing it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    Well if they don't, where does the air go that you pump into them?
    It forces the rim to form a seal which stops the tyre going flat.

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    There are actually TWO types of tyres. Tubed and tubeless, so everyone is right. Today though MOST tyres are tubeless.

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    Guys we checked that petrol Symbol thing years ago and it isn't always right. Although maybe in new cars it is?? Ooh a spin off - can someone on
    A computer do a poll?

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    There's a triangle, that should always be pointing to the side which the fuel tank / fill-ey doovalacki (the word has escaped me) thing is on? Not the symbol per se but the triangle *should* be pointing in the correct direction.

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    No petrol thingy pointing to the side where our fuel filler-up-thing is in our Honda accord.

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