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11204Knobby retreads for your slicks!

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  • beekilher
    Nov 29, 2006
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      Use a 20" or larger knobby bicycle tire and rubber cement. Cut the tire
      into two pieces 30" long by 2 1/4" wide. The length will need to be
      trimmed when gluing. Follow the rubber cement instructions for gluing.

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      The tire can be salvaged from the trash, bought at a garage sale or a
      discount store for less than $7. Rubber cement, you will need more than
      one small tube per wheel. My total cost for three sets is $5 for a
      large can of rubber cement. Harbor Freight sells 10" hand truck tires
      for $4.99 ITEM 30900 when on sale that may work well too.
      Do your math c=pi x d to get the circumference.

      BeeKilHer Buzz! Swat! Splat!
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