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Product description

Size:Inner tube*1

Solid rubber wheel can replace the front and rear wheels of the scooter.The solid tire is flexible and has a damping capacity.
Provide various sizes of tires. Pneumatic tires, honeycomb solid tires, wheels, motors and all other accessories.
note:
Ordinary tires (outer tires with inner tubes are ordinary tires) The original ordinary tires cannot be directly replaced by vacuum tires. For details, please consult the car sales agent
Vacuum tire (vacuum tire without inner tube) Vacuum tire plus matching inner tube can be used as ordinary tire
Model: pneumatic tire
Units for sale:
Inner tube (1)
Tyre (1)
Material: outer tube [rubber]; inner tube [butyl rubber]
Specification: 10 * 2.0
Level: 4pr
Load capacity: 200kg
Maximum air pressure: 250kpa
Size: Reference picture
Applicable models: electric scooter/electric wheelchair front and rear wheels
Please see pictures to confirm size and compatibility before order. If you have any problem,please feel free to contact us.

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