he Shipping and Handling charge on this item will be $3.95 or $1.95 depending on what else you buy.
You can see how much the total shipping and handling charge will be for multiple purchases before you order anything if you add the S&H charge for each item you want. Go to our "about us" page on ecrater and it will show how to do it.
If you are ordering more than one item, the total shown at checkout will probably be too much because it cannot calculate the discounts we give on S&H. If the checkout shows too much, you can either ask us to send a Paypal invoice for the correct amount, or you can pay the amount shown at checkout and we will refund the overpayment by Paypal.
The RETURNS policy is also on our ecrater "about us" page.
If you are not satisfied, please let us do whatever we need to do to remedy any mistake that we make.
texarksales - Miller's bicycle shop
> > DESCRIPTION:
This is one NEW, good quality standard tube, in the box, and the box has never been opened. The brand is SUNLITE. The size is 24 x 1.95 - 2.35. It fits 26 x 1.95 tires; it fits 24x 2.35 tires, and it fits all tires in between those sizes, which includes the common 24 x 2.125 size. This tube is the regular kind that you can put air in with the same kind of pump that puts air in automobile tires. This tube has a schrader valve just like automobile tires and most bicycle tubes.
Some bicycles have tubes that have a smaller diameter valve stem than this, and this valve stem WOULD NOT go on rims that have a smaller hole.To see a picture of a schrader valve, type "schrader valve" in the Google or Yahoo search, and go to the Wikipedia Encyclopedia website. You can also see pictures of other type valves.
You can also go to the Park Tool website and see the different kinds of valves, and also see how to put on a tire or tube. Go to, "Tire and Tube Removal and Installation"
Even if you get the best tube that you can buy, you can have a flat two minutes after you put on a new tube before you ride the bike if you don't try to eliminate the things that could cause a flat. To avoid common problems, see the article "Avoid a flat right after you put on a new bicycle tube". It is on the eBay website.
This article tells what everyone should do to avoid things which will cause a hole in an ordinary new tube while putting the tube on, or will cause a hole soon after the tube is put on.
Even if you have the best new tube that you could buy, something may cause a hole in the tube while you are putting the tube on, or within a few minutes after you put the tube on, and before anyone rides the bicycle. This could cause the tire to go flat before you even put it back on the bicycle. If it is a small hole, the tire could go flat a few days later because there was something like a piece of glass, a thorn or something that was already sticking through your tire when you put the new tube on. Many flats can be prevented if you do everything that you need to do while you are putting on a new tube. Causes of flats which could have easily been prevented are: (1) The tube gets pinched between the rim and the tire while you are putting it on; (2) You do not push the tire far enough down into the rim in one place, and the tire comes off the rim at that place when you air the tire up tightly, bursting the tube; (3) A spoke is sticking up above the nipple. File off all spokes like that so they will not punch a hole in the tube; (4) One of the spoke nipples is not covered by a liner, and it will rub a hole in the new tube; (5) When you take the old tube out of the tire, mark the tube and the tire so you can find the place on the tire where the hole in the tube was. Find the hole in the old tube even if you plan to throw the tube away. Feel all over that place on the inside of the tire to see if there is a piece of glass, a piece of wire, a thorn or something that is sticking all the way through the tire. Feel everywhere else on the inside of the tire just to be sure there is nothing that could put a hole in the new tube. Also, look at the outside of the tire at the place where the hole in the tube was to see if there is anything sticking in the tire. (6) Even the best tubes could leak at the valve because of powder under the valve. After you put air in the tube, put something on the top of the valve stem to see if it will make a bubble by air leaking out. If it is leaking, sometimes you can fix it by pushing the valve down all the way with the tube aired up tightly so the air may blow out the powder. If the valve still leaks, you may be able to stop the leak by putting in a different valve from an old tube.
For more information, you can read this article on the eBay website:
Here is another article that has a lot of information about tires, tubes, and flats. To see the article , put this is the Google or Yahoo SEARCH: What every cyclist should know about flat tires
>> Shipping: We will send this item by First Class Mail within 2 business days after receiving cleared payment. The payment is usually cleared by Paypal immediately upon payment. If payment is made by e-check we ship as soon as Paypal tells us we may ship.
Usually, the Postal Service delivers within 2 to 5 days after shipment, but sometimes it takes them longer than that to deliver.