Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MoreProjects fits 20x8 rear mower tire - no more leaks
When installing the tube, make sure the tube is not upside down - the tube stem is slightly offset to one side and will not stay in the rim stem hole when inflated if it is upside down. The tube fits tightly around the rim. It may be necessary to keep pulling on the stem while filling the tube with air in order to keep the stem from getting sucked into the rim. A bead breaker was required to break the tire bead from the rim in order to install the slime tube. It is easiest to slide the tube between the tire and the rim after breaking the bead on both sides of the tire. A more difficult method is to pull half the tire off the rim using tire irons, sliding in the tube, then remounting the tire. Once installed, the tube stays inflated and functions as expected. The valve stem caps are equipped with a valve stem core remover/installer used to quickly deflate a tire. Too bad this item was not available at my local home depot store and was only available for purchase online.
June 14, 2011
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Carol POOR, Didn't hold the air!
Feel like it was definately a waste of 19.99 times two. Ended up having to spend $50.00 each for two tires afterall. We use slime alot but for some reason these slime filled tubes did not hold the air. We were very disappointed.
September 18, 2012