Part: Tire Inner Tube 17", 18" & 19" for Honda CT90 / CB100, CL100, SL100, CB125, CL125 / CB175, CL175, SL175, CB200 / CB350, CL350 Scrambler, SL350 / CB360, CL360, CJ360 / CB450, CL450, CB500T / CB500K, CB550K, CB550F / CB750 K0, K1, K2, K3, K4, K5, CB750K, CB750F, CB750A
Why You Need This: We all know the importance of good tires, and we are excited to have fresh rubber on the wheels of our vintage Honda. The inner tube for the tires is often neglected during a tire change. Just like a tire it is rubber and will decay with age and use. Inner tubes and rim strips should be changed out the same time tires are changed. Since most of the Honda motorcycles from this era have wheels with spokes, inner tubes are necessary in the tire. Only modern non-spoke style wheel that can be run without tubes (tubeless). Tube width will be determined by the tire width.
We carry two types of inner tubes:
- Standard Tubes have a thinner sidewall, are lighter weight and suitable for street riding
- Heavy Duty Tubes have a thicker sidewall for extra puncture resistance, have more mass and recommended for off road riding
All of our inner tubes are high quality natural rubber, thus can be easily patched should you need to make a repair on the side of the road.
We offer multiple sizes of inner tubes which will cover all the Honda motorcycles that we support.
- 17" x 2.50"-2.75" Inner Tubes (Font or Rear, depending on tire width)
- 18" x 2.25"-2.75" Inner Tubes (Font or Rear, depending on tire width)
- 18" x 3.00"-3.50" Inner Tubes (Font or Rear, depending on tire width)
- 18" x 3.50"-4.00" Inner Tubes (Rear)
- 19" x 3.00"-3.50" Inner Tubes (Front)
- Honda SL350 / CL350 Front Only
- Honda CL350 / CB450 / CB500T Front Only
If you doing the tire change yourself round up the appropriate tools including tire levers kit, tire tamer tool and balance bead kit. We highly recommend to change out the rim strips as well.
Installation Tip: Inflate the tube just to the point where it starts taking shape for easier installation. Grab some talc baby powder and coat the tube and the inside of the tire to keep the tube from sticking on the inside of the rim and tire. Install the valve stem in the rim, keep one of the nuts on the inside and the other on the outside. Use a little Windex to lubricate the bead of the tire and edge of the rim to ease the tire installation. Be careful not to pinch the tube when prying on the tire by using as little of the tire lever as possible. If the tires are new, we suggest installing the tire fully on the rim without the tube first to help stretch it into place. Then remove one side of the tire and then install the tube. Make sure to line up the balance dot on the tire with the valve stem and start the bead installation 180 degrees from the valve stem.