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Old 12-08-2012, 11:03 AM   #3
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Location: Hillsboro Oregon
Oddometer: 1,047
I would guess that the tube was stretched out like a balloon inside the tire, and with no air pressure it relaxed into that appearance of kinked position

I like to use Talcum powder to allow the tube to slide in the tire casing

I am careful not to use powders containg corn starch in place of talc because corn starch liquefies when heated and gets weird and gummy, its OK on a babies butt but not optimum in a tube tire
from a cloud of dust we race, then into the dust we return, across the finish line
04 KTM 950 S
04 KTM 525 EXC street plated
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