Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 22 x 1 3/8" (37-501mm)

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New Solutions Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 22 x 1 3/8" (37-501mm)

  • PSI - 65
  • Pattern - C 86
  • 37-501 MM

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New Solutions Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 22 x 1 3/8" (37-501mm)

Gray Pneumatic Street (E&J) Tire - 22 x 1 3/8"


  • PSI - 65
  • Pattern - C 86
  • 37-501 MM

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New Solutions Gray Pneumatic Street Tire - 22 x 1 3/8" (37-501mm)

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Always a great everyday t. Great everyday tire. Great everyday tire.
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Need to be avail in color.
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These are great tires. I use 22

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I bought a used chair without tires-and the rims measure 22"--but a 22" tire has a 22" O.D. and the tire rim is about 19"--and it is not possible to stretch that that much. Does this mean a 24"tire is needed?? Thanx --Jim
Asked on Sep 25, 2014 11:54:36 AM by JIM PYRON from LOACHAOOKA AL
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will the 22 x 1 3/8 pneumatic street tire work with the existing solid no flat insert?
Asked on Jul 2, 2012 1:52:52 PM by Pat from CA
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are these easy to change myself and if so how do i begin?
Asked on Jul 23, 2011 7:59:46 PM by jay from midwest
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Not too hard ... takes a couple of flat-head screwdrivers and some muscle. :)
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 8:58:14 AM by Speedy from Horse Cave, KY
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Yes sir, they are. I am sure that you can look up a video on how to replace the wheels yourself, if not, send me your email address and I will be more than glad to make a quick video to guide you step by step. Stay independent, keeps a smile on your spirit! Take care
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 10:06:36 PM by EyedealzOnWheelz from CA
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Yes you can use them on solid insert rims. You need to change them just like a bicycle tire. Using 2 dull end steel bars ( I ground down two old screw drivers). Insert the first bar between the tire and the rim and pry gently but firmly, until you pull the bead (edge of tire) over the rim and to the outside. Now use the second bar to pry the same way at about 3"-4" apart from the first. Repeat this all the way around until the tire rim is over and off the wheel. Now firmly grip the tire and pull the other side off in the same direction with your hand. If the solid foam core comes out put it back on the rim. Try not to damage the foam core if you do not have another. I have changed the tires on the chair 5 times and never changed to foam core. Now your ready to put the new tire on the rim. I like to use about a table spoon of liquid dish soap in a 1/2 cup of water. I rub it on the bead of the tire and along the inner and outer surface of the rims. This will really help because the new tire is not stretched like toe old tire and will defiantly be a tight fit to get on. You do the same as you did taking the old tire off in reverse. BUT be sure to not bend or break the metal bead in the edge of the tire. Just make sure you pry small areas each time and do it gently. Once you get the new tire on the rim you want to be sure the little line along the bead of the tire rides the same on both sides of the rim. You can gently roll the rim and tire on a solid floor pushing down on the areas where the tire is not seating.Once the tire is seated and true it is ready to be put back on the chair. Always make sure to check the bearing and at least clean them before you put the rim back on the chair.
Answered on Feb 5, 2014 11:26:01 PM by Rascle4u from Springfield Or
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