|anybody use/used blackburn tubes?||JS Haiku Shop|
Jun 12, 2002 6:21 AM
|10/$20 at pricepoint.com. i've been using nashbar tubes for a few years with no problems.
|re: anybody use/used blackburn tubes?||dsc|
Jun 12, 2002 6:35 AM
|Have used them in the past on the road bike, and installed them on the spare mtb wheelset (slick tires). Seem sturdy - never any problems.
|re: anybody use/used blackburn tubes?||PaulCL|
Jun 12, 2002 6:41 AM
|Sturdy, yes. Thick, yes. Heavy, YES. Flat less, maybe. But at 10 for $20 - sign me up.|
|Yes. they were fine, but...||Sintesi|
Jun 12, 2002 7:35 AM
|as stated above thick and heavy for tubes. I like Kenda better for cheapies.|
|Bought a 10-pack @REI, no probs (nm)||Silverback|
Jun 12, 2002 7:37 AM
|re: anybody use/used blackburn tubes?||laffeaux|
Jun 12, 2002 10:11 AM
|I bought a box of 50 Blackburn MTB tubes for $15 from airbomb a while back. I figured at that price I couldn't go wrong. They're not super light, but they're not horrible either. They seem to last as well as anything else I've used. I've only had one pinch flat so far, and that was plowing into a rock hard enough to endo. Otherwise they seem fine.|
Jun 12, 2002 1:10 PM
|Do you give tubes to all of your friends? That seems like a lot of tubes, even if the price was really good.
Do tubes 'age' by sitting on the shelf?
|just ordered these...$26 & change for 10, shipping, insurance...||JS Haiku Shop|
Jun 12, 2002 10:39 AM
|so, under $3 per tube. not a horrible deal! can't be too much heavier than the nashbar tubes, which i suspect are kenda brand/rebadged, anyhow.
thanks again. will report back if they suck.