Diamond Back Tires
Diamond Back Tires


Never run tubes. That’s like stepping back 40 years in technology. If you still insist on bias ply tires, just make sure they’re tubeless. The chance of a tube failing is much greater than a tubeless tire failure. Why? Tubes create heat and friction, and don’t dissipate heat well...and a tire’s worst enemy is heat. Also, over time, tubes “grow” and become too large, and they actually develop creases — and then they split. If a tube is punctured or fails, air loss is immediate, giving you little or no time at all to react. Often, a tubeless tire can be driven for a while with a puncture.

CAUTION: If you must use tubes carefully examine the inside liner of the tire and remove any manufacturers labels. If not removed, these labels could cause a tube failure resulting in rapid loss of air.

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Diamond Back Tires

Diamond Back Classic Tires
Conway, South Carolina